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> Yes.  In practice the usual question is whether the compiler will
> evaluate the operands from left to right or from right to left,
> but the compiler is within its rights to evaluate the operands in
> any order it wants.

For ia64, it would be good to evaluate the operands in parallel.
One could do the same with naked Transmeta hardware and other VLIW
processors.

Tera's machine has cheap hardware threads that could be used.
Compaq's 21364 or 21464 may allow this too.

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