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From: ovek AT arcticnet DOT no (Ove Kaaven)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Warning control. Is there more convenient way?
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 1997 08:19:11 GMT
Organization: Vplan Programvare AS
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Erik Max Francis <max AT alcyone DOT com> wrote:

>    `-Wunused'
>     Warn whenever a variable is unused aside from its declaration,
>     whenever a function is declared static but never defined, whenever
>     a label is declared but not used, and whenever a statement
>     computes a result that is explicitly not used.

>     To suppress this warning for an expression, simply cast it to
>     void.  For unused variables and parameters, use the `unused'
>     attribute (*note Variable Attributes::.).

Didn't you read that last paragraph and follow the link?

int variable __attribute__((unused));

=> no unused warning.


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