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[SOLVED] volatile keyword in the function

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hi experts
i have lot of confusion about the volatile keyword used in front of function in c. i asked this question in many peoples, i did not get any satisfaction answer from their answer.
they are simply said you cant access that function from outside of the file.i tried that ,it might be access. i was using codeblocks 12.11 for that.

i want great explanation about this with example.or website name
 

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I presume you are not talking about C++. The C standard doesn't specify a usage of the keyword volatile related to functions. Some compilers have language extensions using volatile, e.g. in GCC it commands not to optimize assembler functions.

Where do you see volatile used with functions?
 

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yes FVM,

my question was wrong. I was trying to ask about the static function and volatile keyword in c. but I missed the static function in the question.
 

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