Declaring function as static

answerme's Avatar, Join Date: Dec 2007
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If i declare a function as static what will happen
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for static functions in C++ go through:
http://www.codersource.net/cpp_tutor...functions.html


and in C a static function has a name visible in that translation unit only. A
normal function has a name visible across the entire program.

If you were to have two source files with the undermentioned code:
Code:
static int fun() {
return 0;
}
int morefun() {
return 0;
}
you would get "function already defined" errors for function morefun( ), but fun( ) would compile successfully .


a static function can only be called in the translation unit in which it is defined...
hence a call to a static function from a file where it has not been defined will give a compilation error.

friend why don't you try a bit of googling before u post a question..these kind of information is very very easily available on the net.