declaration of a function

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    declaration of a function

    is this declaration correct

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    Void Lecture(File *f1, int X[][],int n, int p)  {   }

    this function may read from a text file and store elements in x[n][p]

    plzzz i'm getting started with c++, i realyy need ur help

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    it's "void", not "Void". and if you compile with c99 you can use the variable length array.
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    void Lecture(File *f1, int n, int p ,  int X[n][p])
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