Implicit conversions are dangerous: they are not directly apparent in the source code and the rules that govern them are quite intricate; moreover, when the conversion takes place, it may result in the loss of value, sign or precision. Moreover, whether or not the conversion takes place, and the consequences of the conversion, crucially depend on the language dialect (i.e., on the compiler and on the options used for compilation).
In this webinar, we will cover integer promotions, usual arithmetic conversions, decays and pointer conversions.
ROBERTO BAGNARA , PhD
CTO, Bugseng, Prof. University of Parma, Italy Member
ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG14, C Standardization
Working Group - Member, MISRA C Working Group
02:30 PM (IST)
Member, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG14 - C Standardization Working Group
Member, MISRA C Working Group
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