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Re: [C++] About coding style

Erik Max Francis
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Steven wrote:

> The question acturally is: is "\" necessary? If it is not, why may C
> sources use it?

In general code, no, it is not necessary at all. It is only required
when defining C macros, which is probably where you remember seeing it.

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