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From: Alan.Griffiths_at_[hidden]
Date: 2003-09-30 02:39:02

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexander Terekhov [mailto:terekhov_at_[hidden]]
> Sent: 26 September 2003 18:23
> SEH doesn't "violate" sequence points, AFAIK.

I *think* I've seen it happen - but it has been a while since I've been
spelunking in this technology and it may be that I've either misremembered
or jumped to an incorrect conclusion. But it seems implausible: SEH can
arise from fetch or store which are often resequenced - so this would
restrict the available optimisations.

Anyway, I've never seen any MS documentation that would support this belief.
(And a quick search of MSDN doesn't return any promising hits.) Do you have
a reference?

> > What advantage does that bring?
> Long story. Sorry. I can drop some links. Interested?


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