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SubjectQuestion on coding style in networking code
Hello All,
First off, this is probably a straight C question, but here goes...

I was looking at the kernel code, and in protocol.c the protocol structures are
instansiated and filled. Now, I have seen/used the following syntax:
struct x y = { x, y, z };

I have not seen the following:
struct x y = {
member1: x,
member2: y,
member3: z
};

What is the deal with this? Does the second way have any advantage over the previous?

Thanks in advance,
Chuck

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