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How to rename a function in C at runtime or compile time?

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How to rename a function in C at runtime or compile time?
posted Apr 29, 2016 by anonymous

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Best answer

use preprocessor like

#define FunctionName() newFunctionName()

and there is no other way.

answer Apr 29, 2016 by Shivam Kumar Pandey
thanks for selecting as best ans.
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Using help of macros. You can do this.
answer Apr 30, 2016 by Rajan Paswan
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If you are looking a function to be identified with two names then try typedef.
If want to change the name permanently then use macro as Shivam suggested.

answer Apr 30, 2016 by Salil Agrawal
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