Am Freitag, 23. April 2010 schrub Oliver Bandel:
> Zitat von "Tor Lillqvist" <>:
> >> You are right, that in some seldom situations it might make sense
> >> to initialize values to other start values. But they should always be
> >> predictable.
> >
> > You didn't get the reasoning about letting the compiler, or valgrind,
> > catch use of uninitialized variables, did you?
> I got it.
> But the compiler throws a warning and not an error on it.
> So, it's possible to get running code.

So what? If the programmer decides to ignore warnings it's his deliberate 
choice. At least others have the chance to see those warnings and fix 
them/slap the one who caused them.

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