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Re: Change of C indentation style ('{')

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: Change of C indentation style ('{')
Date: 24 Oct 2003 19:11:59 +0900

Martin Stjernholm <address@hidden> writes:
> > The thing is, I wouldn't be surprised if `macro oddities' are actually
> > more common than the nested functions, or functions in macro arguments...
> You're probably right when it comes to C which uses cpp a lot. Perhaps
> also for C++, ObjC and Pike; they have cpp support too but it's not
> used quite as much there.
> It should be possible to add some more checks. Afterall, macro
> constructs like that can only be ambiguous with really old fashioned
> K&R style function definitions.

I was thinking of things like:

   #define some_iterator_macro(var, arg1, arg2) ...

   void some_function (int y, int z)
     some_iterator_macro (x, y + 3, z)
         do_something_with (x);

That sort of macro usage is fairly common, and looks vaguely like an
ANSI C function declaration (no?).

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