Hi again; a short question I should really have check on, though;
when compiling separate files (gcc for C files), and having vars declared "outside", like global declarations when made in file containing main(); does the compiler really cope with those
and make these global, but accessible only the the routines in the separately complied file unit. (I have some feeling that there could be problems/mixup, though I have used it)
When I look at map/list files they give the impression that it is ok......
OR do all globals have to be placed before main in the file contining main ?
many thanks (for possible stupid question, but these issues arn't really obvious for where answers appear (ref-man) )