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From j..@helios.de (Jens-Uwe Mager)
Subject Re: [Fwd: Problem 2534]
Date Mon, 03 Aug 1998 17:26:31 GMT

>> But I would suspect that they would probably point to some ANSI
>> standard and say the compiler can do with constant string adresses what
>> it likes, there is no way that a user program could rely on particular
>> addresses.
>> 
>
>If they can point to some standard saying that doing:
>
>	char foo[] = "this is a string"
>	char *bar;
>	char *taz;
>
>	bar = foo;
>	taz = foo;
>
>Doesn't have to result in bar == taz, then I would be most impressed.
>AFAIK, that is really the essence of what the code does.  

Oops, I thought the code had the same string constant twice. I should
have looked at the real code first before writing my comment.

Jens-Uwe Mager

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