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Examples of errors detected by the V520…

Examples of errors detected by the V520 diagnostic

V520. The comma operator ',' in array index expression.


G3D Content Pak

V520 The comma operator ',' in array index expression '[0, 0]'. graphics3D anyval.cpp 275


void AnyVal::serialize(G3D::TextOutput& t) const {
  ....
  const Matrix3& m = *(Matrix3*)m_value;
  ....
  t.printf("%10.5f, %10.5f, %10.5f,\n"
           "%10.5f, %10.5f, %10.5f,\n"
           "%10.5f, %10.5f, %10.5f)",
           m[0, 0], m[0, 1], m[0, 2],
           m[1, 0], m[1, 1], m[1, 2],
           m[2, 0], m[2, 1], m[2, 2]);
  ....
}

This is what should have been written here: ...., m[0][0], m[0][1], ....


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