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Hello All. if i have a c++ public member function like this ... void ProcessInputConnection (); is it proper to have it declared as void ProcessInputConnection (void); I just want to make sure I get in the habbit of good programming practice. -PK-

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Both forms are correct. If you are trying to achieve C compatibility, then you should use the latter. However, I hardly think C compatibility is an issue when it comes to class members, so I tend to prefer the former.

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