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[Bug tree-optimization/24609] Same value duplicated in two different registers



------- Comment #3 from ian at airs dot com  2005-11-01 16:09 -------
You've managed to change the code so that we still have two registers, but now
they have different values.  I agree that there are probably going to be times
when it is good to have two different registers.  But when they always have the
same value, as they do in my original test case, shouldn't something clean that
up?  If so, what?

And do you still get two registers in your test case if you change (*p1)[d - 1]
to (*p1)[d]?  And if you do get two registers, do they have the same value or
not?


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