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    SubjectRe: gcc fixed size char array initialization bug - known?
    On Fri, 3 Aug 2007, Stefan Richter wrote:

    > Guennadi Liakhovetski wrote:
    > > with
    > >
    > > char c[4] = "012345";
    > >
    > > the compiler warns, but actually allocates a 6-byte long array...
    >
    > Off-topic here, but: sizeof c / sizeof *c == 4.

    Don't think it is OT here - kernel depends on gcc. And, what I meant, is,
    that gcc places all 7 (sorry, not 6 as I said above) characters in the
    .rodata section of the compiled object file. Of course, it doesn't mean,
    that c is 7 characters long.

    Thanks
    Guennadi
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    Guennadi Liakhovetski
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