Re: A89: Matrix Errors


Re: A89: Matrix Errors

At 21:49 2001-02-11, you wrote:
>Oh OK that makes sense.  But what is the reason you can initialize a variable
>with the value of an array?  Is it just something that isn't don't or is
>there a technical aspect to it?
>Thanks for you help!

I don't really know. Actually, what you did worked fine in a late version 
of gcc, but I think that non-constant initializers isn't really part of the 
C standard.
It makes the compiler a tiny bit less complex if you don't allow 
non-constants or something.


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