--- Comment #6 from Brad Roberts <> 2010-06-02 10:22:56 PDT 
I was thinking about the code post-inlining.  MOST of the time the operators
will be inlined and at that point it should be dead simple for it to eliminate
dead stores and thus the temporaries would just go away, no special knowledge
or techniques required.  Without inlining, yeah, it can't make assumptions what
can occur inside the function calls.

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