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Expertise: Beginner
Sep 3, 1999



Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps

Correctly Defining a Function in an Unnamed Namespace

The use of the static keyword is deprecated when declaring objects in a namespace scope; the unnamed-namespace provides a superior alternative. Nonetheless, it is important to know how to define the members of an unnamed namespace correctly. Declaring a function in an unnamed namespace and defining it later, somewhere outside that unnamed namespace, is a common mistake:
  void func(); //only a declaration

void func() //most likely an error
Danny Kalev
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