if bug in Ritchie C compiler - (nf)

utzoo!decvax!harpo!eagle!mhtsa!alice!sjb utzoo!decvax!harpo!eagle!mhtsa!alice!sjb
Sun Jan 30 23:24:38 AEST 1983

The reference manual clearly states that ++ has a higher precedence
than -.  Therefore, if the compiler throws the block away because
A==B, it wouldn't seem to be following the rules of precedence.

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