"char *" diff in header & func arg list?

kourama kourama@teksavvy.com
Mon Mar 26 23:40:00 GMT 2007

John Love-Jensen wrote:
> Why?  Because an array of characters is not a pointer to an array of
> characters.  The declaration does not match the definition.

Ah, of course. I was effectly casting the array to a pointer type in the
extern declaration.


Honestly, am I dim or is that a subtle "gotcha"?

eh...don't answer that.
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