> Of course ordering rules must be obeyed, and side effects cannot be moved
> across sequence points. Thus if the two volatile loads are in separate
> instructions, as in:
Sorry, if I'm rude, but is this discussion really going anywhere, and
is it really necessary to have on lkml?! The signal/noise-ratio is low
enough as it is.
Instead of arguing about possible interpretations of the C-standard, why
not do some real C-programming instead...
Regards: David Weinehall
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