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Posted on 2013-06-12
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Lets say if i have a function

int something() {
   return 5;
}

// actual call
(void) something();


is it legal to use the above call without lvalue (int r = something())

does it create any internal memory issue
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is it legal
yes

does it create any internal memory issue
no
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Thanks ozo
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