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Function Pointer Question

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Hi all. New to the forum so I am reposting question in what I believe to be the correct forum:

I came across this code in a header file:

typedef am_status_t (*add_header_func_t)(
void **args, const char *name, const char *val);

typedef struct {
add_header_func_t func;
void **args;
} add_header_t;


The first typedef is my function pointer. What is the second called and how is it used? Is this the actual declaration of the function?

thanks in advance

teegs
May 10 '06 #1
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