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Originally Posted by xpi0t0s View Post
In some languages there is a difference between functions and procedures; the latter do not return values. C doesn't have procedures, only functions, so void is useful to show when a function doesn't return anything. void can also be used to declare a pointer that doesn't point to a specific type, although in C++ the need for this is vastly reduced due to polymorphism.

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ty for the info and the tip,i think i have an idea on what to do now