|Bill Allombert on Tue, 5 Dec 2000 20:03:19 +0100|
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On Tue, Dec 05, 2000 at 10:51:42AM -0800, Carl R. Witty wrote: > I don't think that > (a<b)<c > should necessarily give a warning; I think it would be nice if > a<b<c > gave a warning. > > Yes, I realize that it may be annoying to tell these cases apart. > > Carl Witty > The problem is that the (yacc) parser eats up the parens, so after parsing, there is no way to tell the difference. However, a<b is (in the compiler) of type boolean, and it can issue a warning if a boolean is used in a comparaison. Bill.