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RantC declarations are half backward Pin
honey the codewitch28-Nov-20 16:53
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Does it bother anyone else that you declare a pointer like:
char* sz; // pointer type, pointer declared *with* type


But an array is declared like this:
char sz[1024];// array type, array declared *after* var name


I think it's inconsistent, and I think the array specifier should have been declared with the type since it's essentially a type modifier like * and &

Maybe it's just me?
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