Re: [code] typedef problem

From: Brian Gray (mandy@NETCOM.COM)
Date: 08/31/97

On Sun, 31 Aug 1997, Erwin S. Andreasen wrote:

> On Sun, 31 Aug 1997, Brian Gray wrote:
> > C++ is pickier than C.
> [...]
> > put a dummy int in the prototype and you should be ok.  If you get an
> > unused parameter warning just put the variable in the following macro:
> >
> > #define UNUSED(x) ((x)=(x))
> Actually, you can leave out the argument name in the function definition
> to tell the compiler that it is intentional that this argument is unused.

Yeah, you're absolutely right.  I just had the UNUSED() macro lying
around because of all those damn ACMD()'s and SPECIAL()'s.  Can't change
the function definitions of those.

 -- Brian

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