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sack::P_0 Type
C++
typedef void * P_0;

cannot declare _0 since that overloads the vector library definition for origin (0,0,0,0,...) typedef void _0; // totally unusable to declare 0 size things. 

#ifdef __NO_WIN32API__ #define P_0 void* #ifdef __cplusplus_cli // long is 32, int is 64 #define _32 unsigned long #else #define _32 unsigned int #endif #define _8 unsigned char #define P_8 _8 * #define _16 unsigned short #define P_16 _16 * #define P_32 _32 * #define PC_32 const _32 * #define S_8 signed char #define PS_8 S_8 * #define S_16 signed short #define PS_16 S_16 * #define S_32 signed long #define PS_32 S_32 * #define X_8 char #define PX_8 char * #else 

the only type other than when used in a function declaration that void is valid is as a pointer to void. no _0 type exists (it does, but it's in vectlib, and is an origin vector)

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