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    Declaring functions

    Hi, in the project im making i need to use a function in 2 different parts of the Coding, but i can't because i get the error that i haven't declared it ( i know how to ) but i cant move it because a get the error in another part of the function then :confused: is it possible to do sumthing so it dosent matter what order your functions are in? :D

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    yes, declare them before you refer to them in another function. A declaration isn't a definition, so you can repeat it mutiple times:

    int func(); //declaration

    void g()
    {
    func();
    }

    int func() //definition
    {
    return 0;
    }
    Danny Kalev

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