> @elextr just want to mention that usually no one use such prototypes, usually 
> parameters names present in prototypes;

In C++ it's common to leave a parameter name out even in the function 
definition, as @elextr to avoid "unused parameter" warnings (e.g. when 
overriding a method, or writing a callback function or some other things with a 
forced signature).

In C it's a little less common to see prototypes without parameter names, but 
it isn't rare either, some people use this style in all headers.

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