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23 
24 // Macro of constant function pointer
25 #define INVALID_INT_CONSUMER         (void (*)(int))0
26 
27 struct foo;
28 typedef struct foo *foo_t;
29 struct bar;
30 
31 // Macro of constant struct pointer
32 #define NO_FOO ((foo_t)0)
33 
34 // Cases where resolving introduce new type references
35 // Pointer to pointer in macro
36 #define INVALID_INT_ARRAY_PTR (int**) 0
37 // Function pointer with pointer type argument
38 void (*op)(int cnt, int* operands);
39 void func(struct bar *pBar, struct foo *pFoo);
40 
41 // Cyclic struct pointer within struct definitions
42 struct foo {
43     foo_t ptrFoo;
44     struct bar *ptrBar;
45 };
46 
47 struct bar {
48     foo_t ptrFoo;
49     foo_t *arFooPtr;
50 };
51 
52 // Function with array to pointer
53 void withArray(foo_t ar[2]);