------- Comment #9 from  2009-01-14 16:46 -------
> It doesn't work.  "works" means "behaves correctly", not "compiles without 
> error".

I understand the difference between "works" and "compiles', it does work in my
testing. The method body I'm taking a pointer to is empty in the test case but
I first ran into this inconsistency while refactoring some code, where the
method body was *not* empty and the code inside the method executed correctly.
Whether it *should* work or not is certainly debatable, but I find it a useful
behavior except for the inconsistency shown.


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