help:prototype inconsistent with implementation of function 
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 help:prototype inconsistent with implementation of function

S> There is no datatype before the name of the function.

Nowadays, "implicit int" does not exist at all in either of the
C or C++ languages.  Even though your language implementation still
supports it, don't write new code that uses it.  Specify a return
type in all function declarations.
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Mon, 28 Feb 2005 06:34:05 GMT  
 
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