This section lists internal operator names that the compiler
may use in error messages with definitions of these names.
The C ``comma operator'' (as distinct from the ``,''
that is used to separate function arguments).
A function argument, or a value passed to a function.
An automatic variable that has not been allocated to a register.
A function call with arguments.
A conditional branch.
(This may be part of an if or loop statement.)
It may have been explicit, in the form of a cast, or implicit,
in the semantics of a C statement.
A floating-point constant.
An integer or address constant.
An object or function with extern or static
A function parameter, a value that is received by a function.
An object that has been allocated to a register.
The operation that corresponds to a return statement.
The indirection operator ``'', as in p.
A string literal.
The ``take address of'' operator (as distinct from the bit-wise
The arithmetic negation operator (as distinct from subtraction).
A function call with no arguments.
An unsigned ``>='' comparison.
An unsigned ``>'' comparison.
An unsigned ``<='' comparison.
An unsigned ``<'' comparison.
The ANSI C ``unary +'' operator.
Other error messages
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