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For the time being, I'm going to leave it as a non inline function. I'll do some more research on this when I'm done with the project. Thanks for yer ...
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    For the time being, I'm going to leave it as a non inline function. I'll do some more research on this when I'm done with the project. Thanks for yer help!
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    now i'm a bit confused... I thought the inline keyword was a C++ keyword and not a C keyword. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Indeed that is wrong. Where did you get such an idea? I don't know that much about C++; does it have a special meaning there?

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