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Ryan Binns wrote:

int* p1, p2;


You would not advertise this style, no? Dead | X|

Were not doing C here - this is C++! Poke tongue | ;-P
When you really need the variable - that is when you are ready to give it a value - declare it like so:
int* p1 = WhateverGetsMeAnIntPtr();
or better still
int* p2( WhateverGetsMeAnIntPtr());

Stop definig variable you might end up not using.
Start definig variables when you need them.





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-- Caius Petronius, Roman Consul, 66 A.D.

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