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Shafik Yaghmour | Mon, 27 Mar 2017 07:27:42 UTC

It might be worth noting that in C++14 the standard made it undefined behavior to produce an indeterminate value with an exception for unsigned narrow char types. See my Stackoverflow answer here for more details: http://stackoverflow.com/a/23415662/1708801

We can hope WG14 comes up with something consistent and it does not up like infinite loops where C++ makes them undefined behavior but C11 makes an exception for controlling expressions that are constant expressions.


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