Thread: valid call to the function

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    valid call to the function

    given the function void mystery(int list[], int size0; and the declaration in t alpha[50];, which of the following is a valid call to the function mystery?
    a. mystery(alpha[50]);                                 c.  mystery(alpha, 50);
    b. mystery(alpha[], 50;                                d. mystery(alpha{50});
    Last edited by Salem; 04-16-2007 at 11:30 PM. Reason: Move the code tags

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    i'm going to go with c, although it looks like you missed some )'s and such with the other ones
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    What do you think the answer is and why?

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    Just try to compile them, please. Two aren't even valid C++ syntax, and the third invalid one is a type violation.
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