storage class specified for parameter

This is a discussion on storage class specified for parameter within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; im getting "storage class specified for parameter" from gcc, what does it mean? it points to these lines: Code: int ...

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    storage class specified for parameter

    im getting "storage class specified for parameter" from gcc, what does it mean?

    it points to these lines:

    Code:
    int replacestring(char *src, char search[], char replace[]);
    int replaceallstrings(char *src, char search[], char replace[]);
    int replacechar(char *src, int search, int replace);
    int replaceallchars(char *src, int search, int replace);
    here the rest of the code.
    Code:
    int replacestring(char *src, char search[], char replace[]) {
    	char *spot = strstr(src, search);
    	char *data = NULL;
    
    	if(spot != NULL) {
        		data = malloc( strlen(spot) + 1 );
        		strcpy(data, spot);
    
        		*spot = '\0';
        		strcat(src, replace);
    
            	spot = &data[strlen(search)];
        		strcat(src, spot);
    	} else
        		return 1;
    
    	return 0;
    }
    
    int replaceallstrings(char *src, char search[], char replace[]) {
    	while( replacestring(src, search, replace) == 0 )
        		;;
    
    	return 0;
    }
    
    int replacechar(char *src, int search, int replace) {
    	char *spot = strchr(src, search);
    
    	if(spot != NULL)
        		*spot = replace;
    	else
        		return 1;
    
    	return 0;
    }
    
    int replaceallchars(char *src, int search, int replace) {
    	while( replacechar(src, search, replace) == 0 )
        		;;
    
    	return 0;
    }

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    i have str_replace.c and str_replace.h. in a seperate file called html.c str_replace.h is included in it.

    when i compiled str_replace.c by its self the only error i get is that there is no main.

    i did run "gcc -E html.c > prog.i", im not sure what to do with prog.i, it looks ok to me but this is the first time i ever used the -E flag.

    can any one take a look at it?
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    You're including .c files inside .h files - this is bad.
    i thought headers werent supposed to have any code in them? how do they accomplsih anything if they dont include a source file?

    That 'extern int search' is the cause of the problem
    i dont see whats the matter with that, arent headers supposed to have externs? i want to use the functions outside of that source file so doesnt it have to be extern-ed.

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