"Richard B. Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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
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