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Stefan_Lang16-Jan-19 22:38
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The compiler expects a function signature, but the function arguments you specified are missing a type.

Try somthing like this
CLASS_I2CIO   i2c_ads1115_test(const char* DEVICE_I2C, int ADDRESS_ADS);

(not sure what type the second argument is supposed to be)
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