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SubjectRe: Conversion to generic boolean
Ar Maw, 2006-08-29 am 12:41 +0100, ysgrifennodd Christoph Hellwig:
> gcc lets you happily assign any integer value to bool/_Bool, so unless
> you write sparse support for actually checking things there's not the
> slightest advantage in value range checking.

Not the case: gcc allows you to assign 0 or 1 to an _Bool type object.
When you are "assigning" integers you are merely seeing implicit casting
before the assignment.

Try int a = 4; _Bool b = a; int c = b; printf("%d\n", c);


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