gcc not warning on all occurences of operations with undefined results?
Wed Nov 16 11:13:00 GMT 2005
On Tuesday 15 November 2005 21:33, Ladislav Mecir wrote:
> >But why doesn't gcc warn about this code
> > s.a = s.a++;
> > p->a = p->a++;
> because in both these cases the result *is* defined
I do not understand, why are those operations defined, but
i = i++;
is not? I fail to see the relevant difference in these assigments.
Thanks for your help,
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