On Mon, Dec 12, 2022 at 5:02 AM Vladimir Grigoriev <vlad.moscow@mail.ru> wrote:
However there is also written in the C++ 2- Standard ( 6.4.4 Function parameter scope)
«1 A function parameter (including one appearing in a lambda-declarator) or function-local predefined variable (9.5) has function parameter scope. The potential scope of a parameter or function-local predefined variable begins at its point of declaration. If the nearest enclosing function declarator is not the declarator of a function definition, the potential scope ends at the end of that function declarator.»
So how does the example of the function declaration contradict to this quote?

I don't see any contradiction. Each of your examples has one function parameter, and its scope ends after the final semicolon which ends the declaration. The paragraph applies to all function parameters and function-local predefined variables which exist in the program as described elsewhere, but it does not itself say or imply any such parameters or variables do exist.