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functions and storage class

aaka jain
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Joined: May 16, 2013
Posts: 12
void fun(auto int _){
print("%d",_);
}
main(){
fun(23);
return 0;
}

this program is giving me an error relating to storage class ,if we are using atatic in place of auto then also it is giving me an error,can somebody please explain me why i m getting an error in both the cases and how can i solve this error,thanks
Mike Blaszczak
Greenhorn

Joined: Sep 02, 2013
Posts: 25
Hopefully, you're not planning on using "_" as a variable name.

Paramters to functions can't accept "auto" or "static" as modifiers. You can solve your problem by not using those modifiers. This code is correct:




... though it still uses that terrible variable name.
 
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