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Language: C++
Expertise: All
Aug 14, 1998

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Avoid Implicit int Declarations

The default type for missing declarations like the following is int:
 
const k =0; //'int' type deduced; deprecated
static j =5;  //ditto
Though still supported by the C++ standard, this convention is now considered deprecated and hence - should be avoided. Instead, explicit type names should be used:
 
const int k =0; 
static int j =5;  
Danny Kalev
 
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