On Wed, Apr 18, 2001 at 11:13:59AM -0400, Uncle George wrote:
> Any compiler that does not produce the correct code has a bug - baring
> any error messages.
Indeed, but you should also add "from a correct source" for clarity.
> I suppose one has to deceide if an error message should be produced
> OR proper code should be produced.
Can you explain what you intended to see from your example and why?
I was looking at that code yesterday and scratching my head. I am
still not absolutely sure what the _real_ meaning was supposed to be.
If you want overlay different types you have 'union' construct for
that. Playing loose with pointers was not guaranteed to work ever.
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