Re: MSDN extern C document is wrong?

Hi Stuart,

I have to admit that the second example in the MSDN article seems
a bit misleading since it uses the 'extern "C"' construct in a strange
fashion. Normally, you only use this keyword inside headers that can
be used to compile both C and C++ code:

Which point do you think is misleading? :-)

Actually from grammar point of view, I could understand, but not sure which
are the best and practical usage?


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