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it is giving me syntax error

BugdispStart( const char *cmdLine, DWORD spare );

what am i doin wrong?
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It depends. If you really wanted to as in the Python zone, then you should know that this is the function prototype written in the C or C++ language. Python does not like that.

For example, Python usually does not use semicolons.  It does not use types bound to the arguments. It uses the star in arguments for completely different purpose, etc. ;)
and I think you're going to have to post a more complete code example in order to get an answer to your question.
Thanks for the points, and have a good time ;)

P.S. There are no "stupid questions".  The following may help to you:

"Learning to program" by Alan Gauld (strong emphasis to Python):
older version for Python 2.3+ http://www.alan-g.me.uk/tutor/index.htm
newer version for Python 3+ http://www.alan-g.me.uk/l2p/index.htm

more advanced

"Dive into Python" by Mark Pilgrim (Python 2.x)

"Dive into Python 3" by the same author
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