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Posted on 2008-10-26
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in C ?
int foo(int r){
return 2;
}
 
int fii(int g){
int u;
int y;
int f[5];
 
u = -foo(2); ==> not sure of this part
 
return 3;
}

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by:Infinity08
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Sure. That's perfectly legal.
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by:jazzIIIlove
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Hi there;

yes...legal...

Best regards...
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by:Infinity08
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Wasn't that just repeating what I said ?
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