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Ali Çehreli acehreli at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 6 09:52:37 PDT 2010

Michal Minich wrote:
> On Sun, 06 Jun 2010 09:00:25 -0400, new to d wrote:
>> import std.stdio;
>> void main(string[] args)
>> {
>> 	writeln("Hello world!");
>> }
> Just a guess, but maybe the difference of your C and D programs is in 
> return value, which can be differently interpreted by CGI host. try 
> returning 1 or 0 from the program.

It should be ok. If there is no return statement, a D program returns 0 
for successful exit, and non-zero for error.

This point has been stressed in Andrei Alexandrescu's "The Case for D" 
article when comparing the "hello world" programs of some languages.


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