|parsing c++ without a symbol table! email@example.com (KNAPEN, GREGORY) (1998-07-27)|
|Re: parsing c++ without a symbol table! firstname.lastname@example.org (David L Moore) (1998-07-27)|
|Re: parsing c++ without a symbol table! email@example.com (Quinn Tyler Jackson) (1998-07-28)|
|Re: parsing c++ without a symbol table! firstname.lastname@example.org (Jason Merrill) (1998-07-28)|
|Re: parsing c++ without a symbol table! email@example.com (1998-07-30)|
|From:||David L Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||27 Jul 1998 23:18:52 -0400|
|Organization:||A poorly-installed InterNetNews site|
> For example, a c-style type cast is usually recognized by checking if
> the identifier between parenthesis is a type or not. It is possible to
> find a type cast by the syntax alone.
> var = (Type1)(Type2)...(TypeN)(expression);
> an expression between () is a type cast if and only if it is followed by
> another typecast or an expression.
Actually, this is not correct. The following small program is a
int f(int i)
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