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On 06/26/2010 11:12 PM, Ciaran McCreesh wrote:
> On Sat, 26 Jun 2010 21:57:33 +0200
> Enrico Weigelt<weigelt@...> wrote:
>>> Uhm. No. Certain compilers will give you warnings for f(g(a), g(b))
>>> if you -Wall.
>> Warn on what exactly ?
> That f's arguments are evaluated in an unspecified order.
>> Which compilers do that ?
> For all you know, gcc 4.7.
> New gcc releases regularly issue lots of new warnings for correct code,
> particularly with -Wall. Other compilers are even worse.
Did it actually occur to anyone that warnings are not errors? You can
have them for correct code. A warning means you might want to look at
the code to check whether there's some real error there. It doesn't
mean the code is broken.