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--- Comment #2 from Walter Bright <> 2012-01-22 
22:11:06 PST ---
I think both cases are clearly undefined behavior. The first uses a cast to
bypass checks in order to create an array of elements that don't exist, the
second uses a union to achieve the same.

I don't think the spec needs to be changed to reflect that using unions to
manipulate things under the hood, and using forcible casts, mean you're on your

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