Talk:Unode

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C programming[edit]

Unode is certainly not a term commonly used in C programming. Someone can use it as a variable or type name meaning "user node", but so what? Where did you get your information? I could find zero relevant hits for the first meaning you gave and only very few for the second one (non-notable open source/hobbyist project/concept) from Google. VfD time? jni 17:01, 8 Nov 2004 (UTC)