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Re: pointer to function
On Fri, 19 May 2000, Shridhar Daithankar wrote:
> void *function(void)
> int i;
> printf("\n In the function..");
If you are a language lawyer, cc -ansi -pedantic will tell you
that "ANSI forbids return between function pointer and `void *' ".
A silly way to solve the problem is to return a pointer to a structure
whose field contains a pointer to the function. This way, you are
writing 'strict' ANSI C!