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Re: Function declaration issues
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On Thursday 04 September 2003 18:46 Andrew Pinski wrote
> Because in C, a function declared as () means any number of arguments,
> this goes back to K&R C.
[nik@bertha:~> gcc -Wall -std=c99 test.c
In ISO 9899-C99 standart it is said, that () is a decparation, but not a
prototype. It doesn't said, that it is obsolete, and there is not a word
Of course, I can misunderstand what the meaning of word declaration, but, if
you comment out declaration, or define the prototype, then warnings and
errors will appear.