Suggested rewording of warning message
Thu Nov 12 14:14:00 GMT 1998
warning: unsigned value < 0 is always 0
could be mis-interpreted as:
"an unsigned value which is less than zero is always zero",
instead of the intended meaning
"expression (unsigned value < 0) is always zero".
Perhaps someone who is a native speaker of English might think of a
good unambigous replacement message.
... not speaking for Intel
Claus Fischer Intel Corporation, RN2-40
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Inside Intel :-) Santa Clara,CA 05052-8119
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