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SubjectRe: Comma at end of enum lists
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Mikael Pettersson <mikpe@it.uu.se> writes:

> In a language with strict a comma-as-separator rule you can
> get this benefit by placing the comma before new items rather
> than after existing items:
>
> enum { FOO
> ,FIE
> ,FUM
> };
>
> but luckily C doesn't need this perversion.

Only since C99 (but GNU C never needed it either).

Andreas.

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