in a c program if you call "fwritef("got here")", you will get a compileerror, but if you add the line "void fwritef(char *);", you won't. why?
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in a c program if you call "fwritef("got here")", you will get a compileerror, but if you add the line "void fwritef(char *);", you won't. why?

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in a c program if you call "fwritef("got here")", you will get a compileerror, but if you add the line "void fwritef(char *);", you won't. why?