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Re: Treating function calls and function prototypes distinctly

From: Shigio YAMAGUCHI
Subject: Re: Treating function calls and function prototypes distinctly
Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2020 13:44:14 +0900

Global only recognizes function definitions and references, and
the distinction is left to the parsers of Global. The present C
parser does not recognize function's prototype as a definition.
To get the output you want, you need to rewrite the parser to
recognize function's prototypes as definitions.


2020年10月1日(木) 6:15 Gautam Thaker <>:
> In C  I have a use case where I want to find a function's definition, but if 
> one does not exist i want to find the function's prototype (aka declaration). 
> At present, if I don't have a definition I cycle thru all call and prototype 
> declarations, but not in any particular order. How can I restrict my search 
> to just function prototypes?
> Thanks.

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