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Compiler Warning (level 4) C4932

Error Message

__identifier(identifier) and __identifier(identifier) are indistinguishable

The compiler is unable to distinguish between _finally and __finally or __try and _try as a parameter passed to __identifier. You should not attempt to use them both as identifiers in the same program, as it will result in a C2374 error.

The following sample generates C4932:

// C4932.cpp
// compile with: /clr /W4 /WX
int main() {
   int __identifier(_finally) = 245;   // C4932
   int __identifier(__finally) = 25;   // C4932
}

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