According to my CS partner of the semester, Visual Studio’s C compiler, CL.EXE will spew 50 lines of errors, at the bottom of which is the real error, in the case of a mismatched function parameter type. I’ve run into this too. It can be confusing at first, so check your function arguments!
(03:03:23) phantom01011: Ok, so
(03:03:26) phantom01011: let it be known
(03:03:33) phantom01011: EVERY SINGLE error that says
(03:03:42) phantom01011: “too few arguments for call through pointer-to-function”
(03:03:46) phantom01011: means one of the args is broken
(03:03:48) phantom01011: grrrr
(03:04:04) liten fugl: I will make sure the world knows this.
(03:04:08) liten fugl: By posting it on my blog.
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