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SubjectRE: question on memory barrier

> Wrong. Reference:
> ce_points.html
> Cheers,
> Dick Johnson

That discussion is wrong. The form of the argument is simply invalid.

Just because an optimization could break things in some cases doesn’t mean
the compiler can’t ever make the optimization. It just can’t make the
optimization in the case that breaks things. And by “things” I mean things
that are defined in the standard that would be broken, not things outside of


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