You and this guy think way too much alike.Originally Posted by itsme86
This is a discussion on Difference b/w int* p1 and int *p1 within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Originally Posted by itsme86 You guys just don't understand the true power of obscuring data types. Its ability to create ...
Last edited by kermit; 08-19-2005 at 11:43 AM.
yeah, the guide's great (I wanted to post a link to it but i was to slow), but if you read the jgloss index page, he'd said "read the 'How to write unmaintainable code' guide, and avoid it's advice", or something like that
anyway, i use int *x always. just the same reason.
maybe the thread starter will put a poll here. we'll all know if there are more (int* x)-ers or more (int *x)-ers.
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