What is wrong with this initialization?
What's wrong with this initialization?
char *p = malloc(10);
My compiler is complaining about an ``invalid initializer'', or something.
Is the declaration of a static or non-local variable? Function calls are allowed in initializers only for automatic variables (that is, for local, non-static variables).
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