Merge #14214: convert C-style (void) parameter lists to C++ style ()

Merge #14214: convert C-style (void) parameter lists to C++ style ()

3ccfa34b32 convert C-style (void) parameter lists to C++ style () (Arvid Norberg)

Pull request description:

  In C, an empty parameter list, `()`, means the function takes any arguments, and `(void)` means the function does not take any parameters.
  In C++, an empty parameter list means the function does not take any parameters.

  So, C++ still supports `(void)` parameter lists with the same semantics, why change to `()`?

  1. removing the redundant `void` improves signal-to-noise ratio of the code
  2. using `(void)` exposes a rare inconsistency in that a template taking a template `(T)` parameter list, cannot be instantiated with `T=void`

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情報元 - Merge #14214: convert C-style (void) parameter lists to C++ style () · bitcoin/[email protected] · GitHub

Merge #14214: convert C-style (void) parameter lists to C++ style () · bitcoin/bitcoin@2796c6e · GitHub
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