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SubjectRe: Use enum to declare errno values
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On Mer, 2005-11-23 at 16:31 +0200, Denis Vlasenko wrote:
> Enums are really nice substitute for integer constants instead of #defines.
> Enums obey scope rules, #defines do not.
>
> However enums are not widely used because of
> 1. tradition and style
> 2. awkward syntax required: enum { ABC = 123 };

The SATA layer uses enum for constants and while it was a bit of change
in style when I met it, it does seem to work just as well

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