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Log in or register to post comments Top sternst Level: Raving Lunatic Joined: Mon. pssssssssssssst Is there a single word for people who inhabit rural areas? A term for a spot, placement or location in the sky? I''d have to disagree with using 0 instead of NULL...

Pages 1 2 Next You cannot reply to this topic 22 replies to this topic #1 Programmer16 Crossbones+ -Reputation: 2319 Like 0Likes Like Posted 20 October 2004 - 04:53 PM Seriously, allcaps reduces readability: we rely mainly on the first few letters and the last few, and the varying HEIGHTS of letters which ALLCAPS DOES NOT HAVE.(no, I don't hate all This will make ambiguity errors arising from the value being treated as an integer more obvious. Using NULL is more expressive, since it says that the value is question is a pointer, not just an integer. –imallett Aug 30 '13 at 1:21 | show 9 more comments http://stackoverflow.com/questions/924664/why-is-null-undeclared

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I've this code. Compartilhar este post Link para o post Compartilhar em outros sites Crie uma conta ou entre para comentar Você precisar ser um membro para fazer um comentário Criar uma conta Crie Help is greatly appreciated. Another situation that ambiguity occurs is with function template parameter deduction.

Related 1118Why does ++[[]][+[]]+[+[]] return the string “10”?15817Why is it faster to process a sorted array than an unsorted array?0C++ custom template LinkedList crashes adding std::string1Node class constructor implementation-2Linked List Problems0Accessing You certain? In my case including the i2c lib wasn't enough, I had to create a utils.h file that I include in place of the i2c lib header: #ifndef UTILS_H #define UTILS_H /// C++ Where Is Null Defined Back to top #2 alnite Crossbones+ -Reputation: 3125 Like Likes Like Posted 16 February 2004 - 11:57 AM there is no such thing as NULL.NULL is #define-ed by windows headers.

In newer C++ (C++11 and higher), use nullptr (as pointed out in a comment, thanks). I'll admit that you don't gain any practical benefits at the moment, but if/when you adopt the next C++ version it gives a good start for places to change to use I think the compiler will complain of ambiguity, although it might just treat NULL as a char. http://cboard.cprogramming.com/cplusplus-programming/103806-null-undeclared-first-use-function.html Reason: Please use code tags. Remove advertisements Sponsored Links Tyler_92 View Public Profile Find all posts by Tyler_92 #2 05-26-2012 Corona688 Mead Rotor Join

I''m not convinced it''s in cstdlib (I think it''s more probably in cstddef), but I''m really not sure. Use Of Undeclared Identifier 'null' C The example of assigning NULL to an int now works in C++ unlike in C, so using NULL claiming that it shows you are using pointers doesn't really make sense in You need to include them in the file. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up NUL undeclared- first use in this function up vote -1 down vote favorite From the web I understand that C contains NUL

Error C2065 Null Undeclared Identifier

Tough, since this is C++ I recommend using 0 instead of null. http://www.gamedev.net/topic/277583-does-null-need-a-header-or-did-i-mess-something-up/ class fizzbuzz(): Convincing players to put more effort into building their character Can a tectonically inactive planet retain a long-term atmosphere? Use Null In C NUL is not a defined keyword in C++" NULL is a macro defined in for the null pointer. Null Undeclared Identifier Visual C++ NULL maintains that difference.

Reply to quoted postsClear » Forums » Home » Forums » The Technical Side » General Programming English (USA) English (USA) English (USA) (COPY) Mark Community Read Forums Members Developer Blessings, Tyler Last edited by Scott; 05-26-2012 at 01:18 PM.. Mostly, they then find the error themselves. "Finding the smallest program that demonstrates the error" is a powerful debugging tool. But the result is not what you'd expect. Gcc Null Undeclared

He''s using Visual Studio though (guessing from the look of the error message) which does you the "favor" of auto including header files, most notably stdlib.h. Some people prefer 0, often citing the reason that some of the standard headers need to be included for it to be defined. Back to top #9 zealouselixir GDNet+ -Reputation: 251 Like Likes Like Posted 16 February 2004 - 12:39 PM quote:Original post by Promit quote:Original post by Agony Maybe you simply don''t I always use NULL for pointers.

That's something I noticed long ago, which caused me to fall into the bad habit of not including stdlib.h. Null Was Not Declared In This Scope C++ A dunce once searched for fire with a lighted lantern. Thanks so much.

share|improve this answer edited Aug 27 '13 at 8:52 answered May 29 '09 at 6:38 paxdiablo 488k1179691416 28 I tend think that NULL is useful documentation that you are intending

Back to top #18 nmi Members -Reputation: 978 Like 0Likes Like Posted 21 October 2004 - 01:27 AM How many problems such a four character word can cause ;-)Excerpt from A dunce once searched for fire with a lighted lantern. And I don't compare pointers with null that often. Null Header File In C Feb 25, 2009 - 03:05 PM 12345Total votes: 0 clawson wrote:This appears to work (well it *builds* anyway! ;) ):

extern const menuItem mImain[6] EEMEM; Yeah, this is what I want..

nullptr. I think you are misunderstanding the error message: First use in this function means that it is only recorded as undeclared ONCE, not every time it's being used (because it's usually Forum Operations by The UNIX and Linux Forums A reference can't be null.If you have a standards conforming compiler then using 'new' will throw an exception rather than return 0.

All rights reserved. share|improve this answer answered May 11 '12 at 6:41 cnicutar 121k13191256 But the following link says C has a keyword "NUL". The result is a value (called the null pointer value of that type)distinguishable from every pointer to an object or function. Add this at the beginning of your code or just use 0: #define NUL 0 I infered you're not looking for NULL since you're doing ch == NUL In various texts

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« Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Subscribe to this Thread Display Modes Linear Mode Switch Clearly this is an error catchable at compile time, but is still an uneccesary nuisance. I got this error today: error C2065: ''NULL'' : undeclared identifier The code line it is complaining about is: if( pNode == NULL ) { which is just a simple NULL If not, then #define NULL 0 will do the trick.

My girlfriend has mentioned disowning her 14 y/o transgender daughter Is "The empty set is a subset of any set" a convention? Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Back to top #5 Promit Moderators -Reputation: 12295 Like Likes Like Posted 16 February 2004 - 12:06 PM quote:Original post by alnite there is no such thing as NULL.NULL is Jul 23, 2001 Posts: 2728 View posts Location: Osnabrueck, Germany #7 Posted by sternst: Wed.

You set NULL to pointers you want to point nowhere, and not much else. Jul 18, 2005 Posts: 83391 View posts Location: (using avr-gcc in) Finchingfield, Essex, England #6 Posted by clawson: Wed. Two null pointer values of the same type shallcompare equal. By GameGenie in forum C++ Programming Replies: 9 Last Post: 08-29-2005, 11:21 PM C++ compilation issues By Rupan in forum C++ Programming Replies: 1 Last Post: 08-22-2005, 05:45 AM Contest Results

Password Home Search Forums Register Forum RulesMan PagesUnix Commands Linux Commands FAQ Members Today's Posts UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers This forum is closed for new posts. This made NULL in C actually beneficial over 0.However, since the implicit conversion of void pointers to other pointer types doesn't exist in C++, NULL is defined to be 0 instead Can you elaborate on that a bit? How to approach?

Feb 25, 2009 - 03:12 PM 12345Total votes: 0 Quote:Except it isn't - it's a forward reference to the name of the third arrayOops! :oops: I thought it is the initialization He''s using Visual Studio though (guessing from the look of the error message) which does you the "favor" of auto including header files, most notably stdlib.h. Back to top #19 MaulingMonkey Members -Reputation: 1665 Like 0Likes Like Posted 21 October 2004 - 02:36 AM I use 0.