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The void data type defines functions with no return value, functions with no argument list, and pointers to objects of an undefined type. It is used as follows:

void function-name (argument-list);
return-type function-name (void);
void *name;


function-name is the name of the a function.
argument-list is the arguments passed to the function.
return-type is the return type of the function.
name is the pointer to the void object(s).

Refer to 2-Byte Scalars for information regarding the format of int types.

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