--- Comment #9 from Denis <> 2012-01-24 13:07:34 MSK 
(In reply to comment #8)
> (In reply to comment #7)
> > ---
> > alias s.i a;    // illegal, s.i is an expression
> > ---
> > is still in the docs and compilable.
> And it's not a bug.

As I understood everywhere in `statement.dd` "illegal" means incorrect
statement and it shouldn't be compilable. So "illegal" in `expression.dd` is
expected to do so too.

You reply means for me that those "illegal" statements doesn't compile with dmd
but it is implementation specific and an other D compiler may compile them fine
and it will result in undefined behavior. It will be a hell.

Or am I mistaken somewhere?

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