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Converting C-declarations to language and back

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I once heared about a small command-line program which converts C-declarations (such as "int *") to human understandable language (such as "pointer to int") and back.

Does anybody know its name or where I can find it?
The program should run under UNIX.
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Thanks, that was right. Answer the question if you want the points, ozo.

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