[CODE] [NEWBIE] Redefinition of list_char_to_char2

From: John Woods (JWoodsIII@AOL.COM)
Date: 07/01/98

I tried to compile this and it gave me the following error:

act.informative.c(426) : error C2371: 'list_char_to_char2' : redefinition;
different basic types

So I looked it up in my help file, and it compared it to having

void main(void) {
  int i;
  char i;

I couldn't see in my function where I'm doing that, or for that matter where
in the entire FILE I have that function more than once, and I ran a
search...it's the only time that function is in there. I tried changing
variable names and types, but it didn't help. Anyone know why?

void list_obj_to_char2(struct obj_data * list, struct char_data * ch, int
                           int show)
  struct obj_data *i;
  bool found;


PS: I modified the function and renamed it with a 2...that's not a typo.

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