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what does "cnuf" mean at the end of a function and is it necessary? i
realize its func spelled in reverse but not sure if i need it

May 12 '06 #1
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andrew browning wrote:
what does "cnuf" mean at the end of a function and is it necessary? i
realize its func spelled in reverse but not sure if i need it


It probably came from a shell script or something like that. It's not
part of C++.

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May 12 '06 #2
andrew browning wrote:
what does "cnuf" mean at the end of a function and is it necessary? i
realize its func spelled in reverse but not sure if i need it


You got some other language there. C++ always only puts } at the end of
functions.

Googling for cnuf would probably yield narrow hits...

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May 12 '06 #3
Phlip <ph******@yahoo.com> wrote:
Googling for cnuf would probably yield narrow hits...


Incidentally, Google returns 11K hits, the first of which is for
"Canada's National Ukranian Festival", at www.cnuf.ca. The first
relevant hit for "cnuf" is #27, so a Google search clearly requires
some knowledge about what "cnuf" might or might not mean.

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May 12 '06 #4
Christopher Benson-Manica wrote:
Googling for cnuf would probably yield narrow hits...


Incidentally, Google returns 11K hits, the first of which is for
"Canada's National Ukranian Festival", at www.cnuf.ca. The first
relevant hit for "cnuf" is #27, so a Google search clearly requires
some knowledge about what "cnuf" might or might not mean.


http://www.google.com/search?q=cnuf+func

80 hits, fitting the OP's criteria. Not sure what the language is, though...

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May 12 '06 #5
Phlip wrote:
andrew browning wrote:
what does "cnuf" mean at the end of a function and is it necessary? i
realize its func spelled in reverse but not sure if i need it


You got some other language there. C++ always only puts } at the end of
functions.


Well, you could always do

#define cnuf }

May 12 '06 #6
maybe it is made by one person who used to some shell script, as in
BASH, it has
if something do
something
fi

it use "if" to begin a if block and "fi" to end this block.

maybe someone use "func" begin a function block, and so he use "cnuf"
to end it.

May 12 '06 #7

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