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Typo in n869

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Hello clc,
I'm not sure if somebody had already noticed this,
but I found a typo in n869.

The example in 6.7.5.2#8 has a missing semicolon in
the following declaration:

typedef int VLA[m][m] // OK - block scope typedef VLA.

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Nov 14 '05 #1
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in comp.lang.c i read:
I'm not sure if somebody had already noticed this,
but I found a typo in n869.
finding a typo in a draft long after the thing of which it was a draft has
been published isn't too useful -- finding them in the standard can be.
The example in 6.7.5.2#8 has a missing semicolon in
the following declaration:

typedef int VLA[m][m] // OK - block scope typedef VLA.


the semi-colon is present in the published standard.

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