Wording concerning noalias

Dave Sill dsill at NSWC-OAS.arpa
Fri Jan 29 02:23:18 AEST 1988

I've read the `noalias' wording and think I understand it.  What
troubles me is that I still don't have a good handle :-) on `noalias'.
I don't fully understand how it would be used or, inadvertently,

Could somebody with a good grasp of `noalias' explain it in
understandable terms with liberal examples?

I'm tempted to say `noalias' should be scrapped simply because it's so
hard to grok, but I'd like someone to make it so clear that that's not
the case.

I'm no Dijkstra, but I can explain `register' to just about anyone in
a couple of simple sentences...

The opinions expressed above are mine.

"A person gets from a symbol the meaning he puts into it, and what is
one man's comfort and inspiration is another's jest and scorn."
					-- Robert Jackson

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