Bernie wrote: > rc wrote: > >> I've noticed that when calling no-param C function names for FB Locals that while there will be no complaint, nothing will work unless...() is included? >> >> Local Fn FoosBall >> Beep, whatever >> End Fn >> >> BeginCCode >> FoosBall; // No result. Yet no complaint >> EndC >> >> BeginCCode >> FoosBall(); // Works, function is called or found. >> EndC >> >> So the rule when calling a void C function name (no params) is to always add the ()? > > Correct. > FoosBall(); calls the function. FoosBall; declares it. No. The naked symbol FoosBall here is an expression, whose value is the address of the FoosBall() function note the parentheses. A peculiarity of C is that a statement may consist of an expression. This is valid C code but has no observable effect: BeginCCode 1234; 5 * 6; printf; EndC Robert P.