Neil Conway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Right; my interpretation is that the "sequence point before function 
> call" rule applies recursively. So in c(a(...), b(...)), there are in 
> fact three sequence points, which precede the calls of a, b, and c. 
> Shouldn't that be sufficient to ensure that the evaluation of 
> libpq_gettext() is not interleaved with the evaluation of the other 
> arguments to the printf()?

I think this is all irrelevant language-lawyering; jtv spotted the true
problem which is that we do not protect errno during the *first* call of

                        regards, tom lane

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