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SubjectRe: [PATCH] removal of "static foo = 0"
Hi Andries!

> All these really good people, unable to capture a simple idea.
> Let me try one more time.
> There is information. The information is:
> "this variable needs initialization"
> Now you tell me to know simple rules. OK, I know them.
> But what do they tell me about my variables a and b, where
> a requires initialization and b does not require it?

Distinguishing between variables initialized to zero and those not requiring
initialization is a good idea, but honestly, how common are static variables
declared at the top level which don't require initialization?

Have a nice fortnight
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