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Re: [vox-tech] gcc inconsistency question



On Tue, 16 Jan 2001, Micah Cowan wrote:

> > ar[][] won't fly.  You can only omit the array dimension on the innermost
> > (left) brackets: double ar[][3], where ar is an array of arrays of 3
> > doubles.  You can remember this by recalling that in C all arrays are of
> > one dimension that can vary, but the elements of any given array must be
> > of a defined size.
> 
> Actually, it worked fine for me.

"It" works in the prototype, but you cannot actually implement the
function with such a prototype, so "it" is pretty pointless.

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