[ECOS] Possible bug in dbg-threads-syscall.c

Patrick Doyle wpd@delcomsys.com
Tue Dec 4 09:56:00 GMT 2001

In my CVS net source tree, 'dbg_syscall_ptr' is the double pointer to a
function, 'f' is defined as 'dbg_syscall_func', which is a singler pointer
to a function.  I was just expressing curiosity as to what the heck the C
language defines '*f' to be when 'f' is a declared as a (single) pointer to
a function.


> > I am curious, however, if 'f' is a pointer to a function, what,
> exactly does
> > '*f' mean?
> For some reason I'm not entirely sure about, f is a double pointer to a
> function. i.e. a pointer to a pointer to a function.
> Jifl

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