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Date: Wed, 07 Jul 1999 20:08:18 -0300
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From: "Cesar S. Rabak" <csrabak AT ipt DOT br>
Subject: Re: can anybody help me regarding this
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At 21:32 05/07/99 +0530, you wrote:
>Hello
>
>      i have encountered this in some place and am not able to understand
>this statement :
>
>void (*f(int , char ))(float);
>
>can somebody please help me out.
>
>
>this is correct believe me and it also works but am not able understand

This is the output of cdecl program (which BTW is also available in DJGPP):

cdecl.exe> explain void (*f(int , char ))(float);
declare f as function (int, char) returning pointer to function (float)
returning void

HTH

Cesar


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