My compiler isnt letting me declare a function

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My compiler isnt letting me declare a function

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A; My compiler isn't letting me declare a function
int f(...)
{
}

i.e. accepting a variable number of arguments, but with no fixed arguments at all.

A: Standard C requires at least one fixed argument, in part so that you can hand it to va_start. (In any case, you often need a fixed argument to determine the number, and perhaps the types, of the variable arguments.)

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