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Procedure Interfaces

A procedure interface consists of all the information needed for the caller-callee communication; such information must discriminate between a function or a subroutine and should provide the types, number and order of arguments (such that the actual argument list must the dummy argument list).


Adrian Sandu 2001-08-26