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/home/scully/cs453/redo/lex.yy.cc:640: multiple definition of `i'
/tmp/ccDQ3NXY.o:/usr/lib/gcc-lib/i686-pc-linux-gnu/3.3.6/include/g++-v3/bits/sstream.tcc:104: first defined here
SOMEONE DEFINED the VARIABLE "i" GLOBALLY in a LIBRARY FILE! WHO'S CHECKING THIS SHIT?!
Bah. I'll just make it local.
But still, for shame. Bad programming style - that variable name's too heavily-used to be globally-declared in a system file
- My god, I've become way too obsessive-compulsive with my programming...