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Re: -Wparentheses lumps too much together


On Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 09:34:29AM +0200, Rehno Lindeque wrote:
> Just a note: Operator precedence is taught as logical AND comes before
> OR in logic courses. So it is a sort of a standard mathematical
> convention just like + and *. In fact, OR is even represented as a +
> in some notations. However it might not be practical to assume all
> programmers have a background in logic.

A warning that flagged code like

if (c1 || c2 && c3)
   ...

would swamp users in warnings, since this kind of code is extremely
common, and this isn't the kind of thing that anyone who's not a total C
beginner has trouble with.


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