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SubjectRe: [PATCH] net #9
Jean Tourrilhes wrote:
> > This is ANSI C standard stuff. If a static object with a scalar type is
> > not explicitly initialized, it is initialized to zero by default.
> >
> > Sure we can get gcc to recognize that case, but why use gcc to work
> > around code that avoids an ANSI feature?
> Good standard don't mandate the implementation. And as
> somebody doing some other language said, there is more than one way to
> do it.

Hmmm, I understand both sides perfectly, but what about that one:

int n; /* n=0 */

Would that be a compromise?


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( ) -- Gandhi
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