[TUHS] C question for the historians
chet.ramey at case.edu
Thu Nov 9 11:41:51 AEST 2017
On 11/8/17 8:22 PM, Ralph Corderoy wrote:
> Hi Chet,
>>> But this w & MASK discussion is one of the weirder ones.
>> gcc warns about it in its default mode
> I'm having trouble triggering that, though often these things crop up
> when you don't want them, not when you do.
> $ cat t.c
> #define M 0xa5
> int foo(int i, int j)
> if (i & M && j & ~M)
> return 42;
> return -314;
> $ gcc -Wall -pedantic`: swine` -O3 -c t.c
> When it does moan, is it one of those things where just extra
> parenthesis suffice as a signal that you meant it?
Yeah, that's what I thought, but I didn't go so far as to test it.
(There's also the annoying warning on `if (x = something)'; maybe that's
what I was thinking.)
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