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How can I access a global variable from a function which has same name as local variable in c++?
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Dhrubajyoti earned 60 total points
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use scope resolution operator.
eg try this
  my global variable name is test;

MyFunc()
{
   int test;
   ::test=5;//this will refer to
           //global variable
   test=7;//this will refer
            //    to local varable
   }
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by:Wyn
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or use namespace...
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