I hit on it by accident (I normally compile with -O). That said, your
claim that gcc with no optimization generates incorrect code is
kind of counter-intuitive, wouldn't you say ?

I think you missed my point, I was just illustrating that optimizer seems
to affect (in my case apparently negate) the processing of constraints.

What you take from that is up to you - I was just trying to be helpful :)



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