--- Comment #7 from Andrei Alexandrescu <> 2010-06-02 
10:53:53 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #6)
> 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.

Inlining is irrelevant. If a this(this) has a writeln() in it, the optimizer
must honor it no questions asked. That's why elision must come from a higher

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