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> Sorry if I wasn't too clear but the pb I was reporting was in fact the
> double equal sign '==' found in the source in place of '='.
> gcc -Wall says that this code has no action, which is right. That's why I
> wanted to be sure.
> Thanks for the explanation anyway.
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