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struct initializer efficiency

 
 
Laurent Deniau
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      08-28-2007
I was wondering if there is any good reason (semantic) to assume that
the following three code do not have the same efficiency (both space
and time):

struct A { int a,b,c; }; // could other types than int and with less/
more fields.
void g(struct A*);

// 1st case, C99
void f(int a, int b, int c) {
g(&(struct A*){ a,b,c }); // compound litteral
}

// 2nd case, C99
void f(int a, int b, int c) {
struct A a = { a,b,c }; // non-constant struct initializer
g(&a);
}

// 3rd case, C89
void f(int a, int b, int c) {
struct A a;
= { a,b,c }; // non-constant struct initializer
g(&a);
}

 
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