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    What's the difference between the way these two functions are declare and how does the second work?

    function(int x, int)
    {}

    function(x,y)
    int x,y;
    {}

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    Both work the same, but the second one is old style.

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    The difference is simply the style, lambs4. They are functionally identical. The first style is the commonly used ANSI C style, and the second is the older, pre-ANSI, C style. In both cases, function accepts two arguments, both of which are integers.
    Jason Deckard

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