cowan at ccil.org
Wed Mar 25 01:18:16 EDT 2009
Vincent Manis scripsit:
> This raises an interesting point. Perhaps there are language standards
> that have no implementation-defined behavior. I have certainly never
> seen one.
ES 3.1 is attempting to reach the stage where there is no *explicitly*
undefined behavior. The same is true of Java. There may, of course,
be undefined behavior as a result of overlooked points. For example,
it is not explicitly prescribed by ES 3.1 that evaluating arithmetic
expressions cannot have side effects.
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