5 years ago in C Functions

Forward declaration is absolutely necessary?

[A] if a function returns a non integer quantity
[B] if the function call precedes its definition
[C] if the function call precedes its definition and the function returns a non integer quantity
[D] None of above
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akhil rockstar
akhil rockstar - 2 months ago

akhil rockstar is saying if a function returns a non integer quantity is correct answer

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Santhoshi Supriya - 3 months ago

Santhoshi Supriya is saying if the function call precedes its definition and the function returns a non integer quantity is correct answer

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sathvik muppalla - 3 months ago

sathvik muppalla is saying if the function call precedes its definition is correct answer

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Manogna Chitta - 3 months ago

Manogna Chitta is saying if the function call precedes its definition is correct answer

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shylaja D.S - 3 months ago

shylaja D.S from Bengaluru, India is saying if the function call precedes its definition and the function returns a non integer quantity is correct answer

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