linking standard C funtions

Alexandre Oliva aoliva@redhat.com
Sat Sep 13 20:46:00 GMT 2003


On Sep 12, 2003, "Aaron Case" <aaron.case@dynazign.com> wrote:

> DSPTSUBS.C:864: `itoa' undeclared (first use this function)

Hmm...  Capital C in the extension?  This means the program is being
parsed as C++, so declarations must be present . itoa(), not being a
C standard function, is not declared in any of the C standard
headers, so you get this error.

If you want the program to be compiled as C, that is more lenient to
lack of declarations, rename the file such that the extension is .c,
or add `-x c' before the file name in the command line.

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