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[Bug middle-end/22197] invalid "is" used uninitialized, should be "may be"



------- Comment #4 from gdr at gcc dot gnu dot org  2005-11-26 07:44 -------
(In reply to comment #2)
> Hmm, sort of.  The call of g(i) also warns with "is used", although I 
> think it might deserve only a "may be used".  But anyway I think that 
> this nevertheless has different causes.  It's not the call creating 
> the problem, but the copy itself. 

yes, how a is copy not a use?  At the very list, on modern architectures,
it implies memory->register->memory traffic of garbage data.


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