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I'm loosing it!

Posted on 1999-07-02
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void weird(int &formal1, int &formal2)
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it does not compile.
are the dots on purpose?
if this is from a book, then the dots mean "add your code here"

don't forget the final brace.
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Hmmmmm.....
V. intreguing.
Thanks for the input.
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it's time to stop when you keep on telling yourself "I'm home, I'm actually home."

:)
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