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/* This bug exists in gcc-2.95, egcs-1.1.2, gcc-2.7.2 and probably
every other version as well. */
typedef struct int3 { int a, b, c; } int3;
one (void)
return (int3) { 1, 1, 1 };
zero (void)
return (int3) { 0, 0, 0 };
main (void)
int3 a;
/* gcc allocates a temporary for the inner expression statement
to store the return value of `one'.
gcc frees the temporaries for the inner expression statement.
gcc realloates the same temporary slot to store the return
value of `zero'.
gcc expands the call to zero ahead of the expansion of the
statement expressions. The temporary gets the value of `zero'.
gcc expands statement expressions and the stale temporary is
clobbered with the value of `one'. The bad value is copied from
the temporary into *&a. */
*({ ({ one (); &a; }); }) = zero ();
if (a.a && a.b && a.c)
abort ();
exit (0);