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|If you always puts your declarations on separate lines (or separated by ';') it doesn't matter. But if you do -- be aware.
Say that you have;
and, for some reason, probably even a good one, decides to put them on one line ... in a bit of hurry so that you ends up with;
But if you had
there is a pretty good chance you would end up with;
char *c, *d, *e;
This is also the reason for the typedef's of pointers, eg.
typedef char * char_p;
char_p c, d, e;
char* c, d, e; --> char* c; char d; char e;
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