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Why wont the Frobozz Magic C Compiler ...
Why won't the Frobozz Magic C Compiler, which claims to be ANSI compliant, accept this code? I know that the code is ANSI, because gcc accepts it.
Many compilers support a few non-Standard extensions, gcc more so than most. Are you sure that the code being rejected doesn't rely on such an extension? The compiler may have an option to disable extensions; it may be wise to use such an option if you're not certain your code is ANSI-compatible. (gcc, to its credit, includes a -pedantic option which turns off extensions and attempts to enforce strict ANSI compliance.)
It is usually a bad idea to perform experiments with a particular compiler to determine properties of a language; the applicable standard may permit variations, or the compiler may be wrong.
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