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Date: -- (:)
From: Christophe Raffalli <raffalli@u...>
Subject: evaluation order


In OCaml-3.11.1 (I did not try other version),
the following code print 0 when compiled in bytecode and 1 in nativecode
for obvious reason of different evaluation order in the pair ...

let ptr = ref 0
let fn b =
  if b then incr ptr else decr ptr
let c = fn true, !ptr
let _ = print_int (snd c); print_newline ()

Is any difference between ocamlc and ocamlopt a bug ?