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Re: odd compiler behaviour?



also sprach Bruynooghe Floris <fb102@soton.ac.uk> [2003.03.14.1700 +0100]:
>   char* record;
>   int record_size = 10;
>   record = (char*) malloc (record_size);
> 
>   int letter = 'a';
>   int i;

the declaration of i has to go before the 'record = ' assignment.
that's a limitation of C, and unless you put gcc into C99 mode, it
will bitch. anyway, i am not sure this will solve it, but try it...

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