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jschell3-Oct-23 4:35
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trønderen wrote:
the C/C++ scoping/life time rules apply to the source code only and how it 'conceptually' is executed, and does not relate to the compiled code and how it actually runs.


Yep.

So as per the OP

"will allocate memory for an int every frame."

To me that is a question about how the compiler emitted code works and has nothing to do with the spec.

It seems to me to be obviously referring to the stack frame (emitted code.) And for comparison both parts of that are meaningless if the compiler emitted code uses a CPU register.

Compliance for the spec only applies to the 'scope' which means the visibility and the lifetime of the data.

Thus no one can use a compliant compiler and then complain when they attempt to circumvent the scope, for example by using a pointer. Because a compliant compiler can (but is not required) to reuse either a stack frame slot or a CPU register.

It is however possible to use a compliant compiler and deliberately circumvent the scope and it will work. At least for that compiler and that version of the compiler. Might even work in some cases in the same emitted binary and not others depending on how the compiler (not the spec) decides to optimize.
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