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Tim Hutt wrote:
> 2009/6/18 Andre Krause <post@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>> states[a, 0] = sin(0.1*a);
>> states[a, 1] = sin(0.2*a);
>> states[a, 2] = sin(0.3*a);
>> oddly enough, this code compiles fine and executes without asserts, but assigns
>> strange values to the array.
> GCC gives a warning about the ',' operator having no effect. Due to
> operator precedence and stuff, the comma is evaluated and then the
> result of that comma is passed to the  operator.
> It is the equivalent of writing: states[(a, 0)] = sin(0.1*a);
> Which is the same as: a; states = sin(0.1*a);
> See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/zs06xbxh(VS.80).aspx
thanks , this makes sense. visual studio 2008 shows that warning, too, but only
if switched to max warning level, what i did now.
>c:\andre\c\esn\main.cpp(28) : warning C4709: comma operator within array index