Naturally I hope you're right. But how does that follow from the Standard?
I have to admit I don't have a copy handy. :(
Let's say we have this simplified version of the problem:
int a = 3;
volatile int b = 10;
a += b;
Is there really language in the Standard preventing the compiler from
constant-folding this code to "int a = 13;"?
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