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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -verify %s -pedantic -std=c99
int __attribute__(()) x;
__inline void __attribute__((__always_inline__, __nodebug__))
foo(void) {
__attribute__(()) y; // expected-warning {{defaults to 'int'}}
// PR2796
int (__attribute__(()) *z)(long y);
void f1(__attribute__(()) int x);
int f2(y, __attribute__(()) x); // expected-error {{expected identifier}}
// This is parsed as a normal argument list (with two args that are implicit
// int) because the __attribute__ is a declspec.
void f3(__attribute__(()) x, // expected-warning {{defaults to 'int'}}
y); // expected-warning {{defaults to 'int'}}
void f4(__attribute__(())); // expected-error {{expected parameter declarator}}
// This is ok, the __attribute__ applies to the pointer.
int baz(int (__attribute__(()) *x)(long y));
void g1(void (*f1)(__attribute__(()) int x));
void g2(int (*f2)(y, __attribute__(()) x)); // expected-error {{expected identifier}}
void g3(void (*f3)(__attribute__(()) x, int y)); // expected-warning {{defaults to 'int'}}
void g4(void (*f4)(__attribute__(()))); // expected-error {{expected parameter declarator}}
void (*h1)(void (*f1)(__attribute__(()) int x));
void (*h2)(int (*f2)(y, __attribute__(()) x)); // expected-error {{expected identifier}}
void (*h3)(void (*f3)(__attribute__(()) x)); // expected-warning {{defaults to 'int'}}
void (*h4)(void (*f4)(__attribute__(()))); // expected-error {{expected parameter declarator}}
// rdar://6131260
int foo42(void) {
int x, __attribute__((unused)) y, z;
return 0;
// rdar://6096491
void __attribute__((noreturn)) d0(void), __attribute__((noreturn)) d1(void);
void d2(void) __attribute__((noreturn)), d3(void) __attribute__((noreturn));