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oneway........what the? C/C++

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I was declaring a variable....I named it "oneway" and the syntax highlighter(in RHIDE) indicated that this name is reserved/a keyword. What the heck is it for? What does it do? I am using DJGPP if that helps any.

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I was declaring a variable....I named it "oneway" and the syntax highlighter(in RHIDE) indicated that this name is reserved/a keyword.
What the heck is it for? What does it do? I am using DJGPP if that helps any.


The syntax highlighter is wrong. There is no such keyword in either ISO C nor ISO C++. Some IDLs (Interface Definition Language) use it, which is why your IDE may be set up to recognise it.

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