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[Bug 2327] Equality of IDC field values

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Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 22:05:31 +0000
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------- Additional Comments From davep@iit.edu  2005-10-04 22:05 -------
(In reply to comment #0)
> Section 3.11.1 of the structure spec:
> "Values of differing type can only be equal if one type is derived from the 
> other, and the value is in the value space of both."
> Note that
> 1. This is the structure spec, and the above statement shouldn't belong here.
> 2. It doesn't always work. For 2 types derived from "int", their values may be 
> equal, but they don't have derivation relationship.

Should be that both have a common ancestor.  Whether it's necessary to say that
in Part 1 I don't have an opinion at present.
> With bug 2045 (R-181) fixed, I think we can simply remove the above quoted 
> sentence (or refer to the equality fundmental facet in the datatype spec).
> Propose to mark this one as an error and "depends on" bug 2045.

This one seems to be independent of 2045.
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