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16.3. Function Attribute Syntax

Function attributes are specified as part of a function declaration. After the closing parenthesis of the functions arguments the keyword __attribute__ followed by the desired attributes in a set of double parenthesis. Here's a function with the pure attribute.

int my_func(int first, int second) __attribute__ ((pure));
    

Functions can have multiple attributes, to do this, separate the attributes with commas inside the double parenthesis.

 
 
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