Clang IntelliSense The selected location does not refer to a C/C++ entity

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    buhpro
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    Please double-check that your source file includes the necessary header files.

    Plain C supportsĀ calling functions without declaring them first. This creates an implicit declaration based on the arguments provided, however as it is not explicitly linked to the actual function, the Clang IntelliSense won’t be able to find it.

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