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16.6.0 released on Mar 08, 2023 | articles updated on Mar 20, 2023
unused-var prevents C compiler from erroring out if <variable name> is unused. Generally, you don't want to have unused variables - they typically indicate errors or clutter. However, in some cases you might need such variables as a reminder for a future stage of a project, or for some other reason it is unavoidable. In any case, you can use unused-var to shield such instances from causing errors.
unused-var <variable name>
pf-out bytes-written define bw "Hi %s\n", "world" unused-var bw