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SubjectRe: [BUG] Bad #define, nonportable C, missing {}
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"Richard B. Johnson" <root@chaos.analogic.com> writes:

|> On Wed, 21 Nov 2001, Jan Hudec wrote:
|>
|> > > > *a++ = byte_rev[*a]
|> > > It looks perferctly okay to me. Anyway, whenever would you listen to a
|> > > C++ book talking about good C coding :p
|> >
|>
|> It's simple. If any object is modified twice without an intervening
|> sequence point, the results are undefined. The sequence-point in
|>
|> *a++ = byte_rev[*a];
|>
|> ... is the ';'.
|>
|> So, we look at 'a' and see if it's modified twice.

No, the rule much stricter.

-- Between two sequence points, an object is modified more
than once, or is modified and the prior value is
accessed other than to determine the value to be stored
(6.5).

Andreas.

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