__opr reserved ?
Martin v. Loewis
Wed Jun 30 23:15:00 GMT 1999
> The compiler should be reserving keywords. The system might reserve
> some other funny identifiers, but the compiler shouldn't.
Well, the compiler also reserves funny identifiers: There are
predefined defines (__i386__), and reserved library names
(__cp_push_exception), which can't be used by the system library.
Since the library has to be aware of these issues anyway, I don't feel
it is too much to ask for the library also avoiding __opr.
Of course, the failure mode might be somewhat inappropriate.
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