Compatible and composite types
With Kernighan and Ritchie C,
and even more so with ANSI C,
it is possible for two declarations that refer to the same entity
to be other than identical.
is used in ANSI C to denote those types
that are ``close enough.''
This section describes compatible types
as well as
``composite types'' -- the
result of combining two compatible types.
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