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From: Michael Furr <furr@c...>
Subject: [Caml-list] void/unit in C calls

I realize this is somewhat of a pedantic question but, what is the proper
prototype for a C function which has a parameter of type unit?
ie:
 external foo : unit -> unit = "foo_c"

should foo_c be declared
 void foo_c(void);
or
 value foo_c(value);

Would it ever cause a problem on any architecture if one used the wrong
form?

thanks,
-Mike

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