Re: Formal semantics for C
Fergus Henderson <email@example.com> writes:
> Undefined behaviour can be handled by having the denotation of the program
> as a whole be the universal set of all possible behaviours.
If you call this mathematically useful, please don't let us stop you from
spending your time on designing a "semantics" for C (or whatever).
It is my believe that C is an "assembly" language for building and
"scripting" Unix and that the people who designed C didn't think about
a mathematical, machine-independent semantics and, frankly, they and their
friends who use it, probably don't care about it.