Compiler Error C2466
cannot allocate an array of constant size 0
An array is allocated or declared with size zero. The constant expression for the array size must be an integer greater than zero. An array declaration with a zero subscript is legal only for a class, structure, or union member and only with Microsoft extensions (/Ze).
The following sample generates C2466:
// C2466.cpp // compile with: /c int i; // C2466 int j; // OK char *p;