On 03/16/2012 12:44 AM, Jakub Jelinek wrote:
> For pointer arithmetics in the IL we assume the C
> requirements, pointer arithmetics can be performed only within the same
> object, so for
> int a[10];
> both of the following are invalid, even in the IL:
> int *p = a - 1;
> int *q = a + 11;

Ok, so what's the solution? Add a second POINTER_PLUS_EXPR code with
defined overflow behaviour, or add a flag to it?


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