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Static Declaration of Function Follows Non-static

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I'm trying to debug my program written in C language. I have only error left which states:

"worning: static declaration for "my function mame here" follows non-static.

I've tried to figure it out but without positive result.

Please help me understand what that error generally means and how can I fix it.

I appreciate your help in advance.

Most Sincerely,
George
Nov 13 '06 #1
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I'm trying to debug my program written in C language. I have only error left which states:

"worning: static declaration for "my function mame here" follows non-static.

I've tried to figure it out but without positive result.

Please help me understand what that error generally means and how can I fix it.

I appreciate your help in advance.

Most Sincerely,
George
Is it an error or a warning? Post the code so the explanation is easier to give using your code as an example
Nov 13 '06 #2

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