(j3.2006) Is <initial-data-target> required to have the SAVE attribute?
Tue May 16 20:10:54 EDT 2017
The claim that there are no constraints on <initial-data-target> that
mention the SAVE attribute is incorrect. There is only one constraint on
<initial-data-target>, C766, and indeed it does mention SAVE.
..............Malcolm Cohen, NAG Oxford/Tokyo.
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Subject: (j3.2006) Is <initial-data-target> required to have the SAVE
Is <initial-data-target> required to have the SAVE attribute?
I can't find such a requirement. If it existed, I would have expected it to
be in 18.104.22.168 "Default initialization for components" where
"data-pointer-initialization compatible" is defined. That term is
referenced in constraints C765 and C811. There are no constraints on
<initial-data-target> that mention the SAVE attribute.
I can imagine allowing the <initial-data-target> in R743 not to have the
SAVE attribute, but I cannot imagine allowing that in R805. Allowing it in
R743 would be inconsistent with nonpointer initialization, which requires a
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