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Posted on 1998-02-16
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a function be declared , for example,

void slhc_free __ARGS((struct slcompress *comp));

what dose the mean?
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It is the usual convention to give macros in uppercase so somewhere __ARGS() will be defined in a header file included in your C source file. I have looked on the UNIX systems on site here but can't find the macro. Perhaps you are using DOS or Windoze - it is always helpful to include this sort of information.
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