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Re: [PATCH]: Fix PR tree-optimization/21407


On May 11, 2005, at 4:46 PM, Geoff Keating wrote:
Obviously this statement makes certain limitations, for instance the C++ standard does not appear to require that an object is contained in a flat piece of memory (it says "region", not "range" or "contiguous region"), but this statement does.

I thought it was perfectly clear:


4 The object representation of an object of type T is the sequence of N
unsigned char objects taken up by the object of type T, where N equals
sizeof(T). The value representation of an object is the set of bits
that hold the value of type T. For POD types, the value representa-
tion is a set of bits in the object representation that determines a
value, which is one discrete element of an implementation-defined set
of values.37)


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