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Bug#14351: marked as done (libc6-dev: putw not declared?)

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From: "J.H.M. Dassen" <jdassen@wi.LeidenUniv.nl>
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Subject: libc6-dev: putw not declared?
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Package: libc6-dev
Version: 2.0.5c-0.1

libc6's documentation (File: libc.info,  Node: Simple Output) as well as the
old getw(3) manpage) says that putw is declared in stdio.h; however, when
compiling code that has included <stdio.h>, I get
file.cc:498: warning: implicit declaration of function `int putw(...)'

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Ray Dassen <jdassen@wi.LeidenUniv.nl>

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