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> foo(out int mvar); // oops, not myvar; maybe caused by a refactor?

This should fail to compile, it's the equivalent of declaring a variable twice int the same scope.




If that were int myvar you'd be correct, in this case the typo introduces a new variable mvar that won't conflict with the original declaration.


Whoops, I missed the typo. Inadvertently proving your point.




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