[LAD] prototype in header but declaration where?

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Date: Friday, August 5, 2011 - 3:31 pm

Hi, very noob C question. I do this:

renato@acerarch /usr/include/alsa $ grep snd_seq_open *
seq.h:int snd_seq_open(snd_seq_t **handle, const char *name, int streams, int mode);
seq.h:int snd_seq_open_lconf(snd_seq_t **handle, const char *name, int streams, int mode, snd_config_t *lconf);

so I see that the function snd_seq_open has its prototype declared in seq.h... but
where is the actual function definition?

cheers
renato
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[LAD] prototype in header but declaration where?, Renato, (Fri Aug 5, 3:31 pm)
Re: [LAD] prototype in header but declaration where?, Florian Paul Schmidt, (Fri Aug 5, 3:32 pm)