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Re: [Tinycc-devel] How TCC handlse the scope

From: Anton
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] How TCC handlse the scope
Date: Sat, 23 Jun 2007 01:39:28 +0400
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     Actually, this is fairly straightforward C. If you use a
     function that there hasn't been a prototype for yet, you
     get the default prototype for that function.

   Hmmm. So is there a way to make part of a unit's functions
   invisible from the outside (== not to "export"  them)?  In
   Pascal you could access a function only  if  it  had  been
   explicitly imported from another unit  (uses...),  wherein
   it had been explicitly exported (through declaring  it  in
   the interface section). In C everything  is  visible  from
   anywhere (I mean functions not variables which do  require
   an extern statement).

   Is there a way to follow the right structured programming,
   exporting only  the interface  part and leaving  the rest


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