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A.4 Initialising Data

Probably one of the most common mistakes that even seasoned programmers make is to forget to initialise variables (especially pointers). The rules in the Reference Manual state which declarations initialise variables to zero values, but it is often wise to make even these explicit (using initialised declarations). Variable initialisation becomes even more important when using automatic exceptions.


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