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why am i getting compilation error "error: conflicting types for ‘ptr’ " for the following code? static int va


why am i getting compilation error "error: conflicting types for ‘ptr’ " for the following code? static int va

By : Sherlock.J
Date : October 19 2020, 06:10 PM
I hope this helps you . My goal is to make a static variable 'val' available to a different .c file (just for experimentation) . , doing
code :
static int val=33;
int *ptr;
ptr = &val; /* define a global variable with an init value */
int main()
{
  static int val=33;
  int *ptr;
  ptr = &val; /* an assignment of ptr */
}


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How to resolve a "conflicting types" error during C++/C compilation using `python setup.py build`?

How to resolve a "conflicting types" error during C++/C compilation using `python setup.py build`?


By : J. Kenobi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you
Functions in this C++ file needs to be callable by other C code in the project, so I was under the impression I needed to enclose the C++ code in extern "C" blocks to avoid name mangling. Is that not the case?
Getting errors: "error: conflicting types for ‘call_celsius’ " and "note: previous implicit declaration o

Getting errors: "error: conflicting types for ‘call_celsius’ " and "note: previous implicit declaration o


By : Shemul Zoyaddar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help You didn't declare call_celsius and call_fahrenheitbefore you used them. Either add function prototypes or declare & define the functions. Here are examples of forward declarations:
code :
double call_celsius(double depth);
double call_fahrenheit(double Celsius);
int main(void) {
Xcode error "Conflicting types" running a C code for a very simple function

Xcode error "Conflicting types" running a C code for a very simple function


By : Fabien
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you In your system there is already a bzero function (a legacy POSIX function that is now removed) with a different prototype. Name your function differently like my_bzero.
"error: (1098) conflicting declarations" when function types changes

"error: (1098) conflicting declarations" when function types changes


By : SyruPlox
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue The problem is that you use the same name for the header guards in every header file, so you block the compiler from seeing most of the code.
code :
#ifndef XC_HEADER_TEMPLATE_H
#define XC_HEADER_TEMPLATE_H
gcc Error: "Inputtools.c:85: error: conflicting types for ‘strcasestr’"

gcc Error: "Inputtools.c:85: error: conflicting types for ‘strcasestr’"


By : Đỗ Đình Nguyên
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I tried compiling ADPACK, written in C, on an Intel Mac running OX 10.6.4. I got the following error from the make command. , Use the %z modifier, if available, e.g.
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