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Questionwhat is the difference between "static" function and "inline" function? [SOLVED] Pin
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I use the VC++ 2008 to check this question. I define one function named "max2" using keyword "static" and one function named "min2" using keyword "inline". I think that the compiler will use the code inside the min2 function to replace the function called. And the max2 with static keyword will be compiled to be a function.


But after the Deassembled in Debug model. I found that the exe both use the "call " assemble code to call these two functions. why does the inline not succeed?

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