Correct use of the ok function in user/tests and kernel/tests
jakov at vmlinux.org
Thu Dec 23 10:13:26 CST 2004
Aren't arguments always evaluated left to right?
Rein Klazes wrote:
>82 cases, most a variation of:
>ok( !Foo(), "Foo failed, error %ld\n", GetLastError());
> dlls/kernel/tests : change.c, file.c, process.c,
> thread.c, time.c
> dlls/user/tests : clipboard.c, msg.c, text.c win.c
> Correct cases where arguments of ok() calls depend on the order
> in which they are evaluated.
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