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    how to decalre a global Variable

    is this is the way to declare a global variable ?

    .global __sigsetjmp


    i decalred like this but iam getting an error

    Declaration syntax error.

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    Re: how to decalre a global Variable

    The language also matters, this seems more like some assembly than C/C++. And even if it is assembly, variables require a size.

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    Re: how to decalre a global Variable

    Hi it seems a declaration of global variable in assembly language using linux platform here.

    more i can tell only when u share about some more code & detail where it is used

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    Re: how to decalre a global Variable

    Quote Originally Posted by ragu. View Post
    is this is the way to declare a global variable ?

    .global __sigsetjmp


    i decalred like this but iam getting an error

    Declaration syntax error.
    With question you should also specify the language and platform .

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