editors' differences

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    editors' differences

    why in Borland C++ editor, main() is declaired as void
    and in other editors, like Dev C++ or Visual C++, is declaired as int?

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    Borland is wrong, others are right.

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    that doesnt explain anything

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    Are you dump kgott?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgott
    that doesnt explain anything
    It was as helpful as when you searched the FAQ.

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