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/* Test that we don't let stmt.c think that the enumeration's values are
the entire set of possibilities. Such an assumption is false for C,
but true for other languages. */
enum X { X1 = 1, X2, X3, X4 };
static volatile enum X test = 0;
static void y(int);
int main()
switch (test)
case X1: y(1); break;
case X2: y(2); break;
case X3: y(3); break;
case X4: y(4); break;
return 0;
static void y(int x) { abort (); }