I was at the local Dymocks bookstore the other day looking for my next C++ book when I came across a book by SAMS (i forgot the name) that teaches Visual C++. I had a quick flick through it and was amazed to see that all applicable examples had used void main() instead of int main(). I know ultimately its not a big deal in terms of functionality but Im trying to find out is there something I missed here? I mean, if the author is good enough to write a book that supposedly teaches C++ then you'd think he'd be familiar with standard C++ 'etiquette'.
Or again I emphasize I may be missing something... (which i usually do)