[cc65] k&r c

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From: Christian Groessler (cpg_at_aladdin.de)
Date: 2002-06-07 15:46:50


I recently tried to compile a k&r c program with cc65 and found some
inconstistent behaviour.
Consider the following code

     int s;
     if (s == 0)

cc65 refuses to compile it, I get

t.c(7): Error: Function `bla' must return a value

If I replace the "return;" with "return 0;" it gets compiled.

So my question, why is this an error and not a warning only?
And, if it should be an error, why is it no error when I simply drop
out of the function without a return?


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