This is a (somewhat random) collection of essays I've posted to Usenet over the years, along with a few similarly elaborate e-mail messages.
On precedence vs. order of evaluation:
On undefined behavior:
On strings in C, and assigning them, and the choice between char * and char  for holding them:
On converting between "binary" and "decimal" (or, really, between numbers -- integers -- and strings of digits):
On the difference between prefix and postfix ++ in C:
On the eternal question of whether "void main()" is acceptable, or whether main() must be declared as returning int:
On the obscure but fascinating "inverse varargs problem":
On elegant vs. mundane software:
I probably won't always keep this index up-to-date, so if you like, you can "click here" for a guaranteed current list of files in this directory.