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declaration or definition
Rule 2.3 mentions "type declaration".
Rule 2.5 mentions "macro declaration".

But I think the type should not be declared but defined by "typedef".
I also think the macro should not be decalred but defined by "#define".

MISRA Study Group in Japan is confused when translating the guidelines.

Thank you
Rule 2.3 :
typedef names are referred in the C standard as declarations, apart from the section heading of 6.7.7 . See C99 section 6.7.7(3).
struct S { int a; int b; } is also a type declaration. See C99 section

Rule 2.5 :
The working group acknowledges that "macro declarations" should have been referred to as "definitions".

( Note: this post has been moved from the MISRA-C:2004 section to MISRA-C:2012)
Posted by and on behalf of the MISRA C Working Group

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