Previous Table of Contents "New C Standard" commentary
primary-expression: identifier constant string-literal ( expression )
976 An identifier is a primary expression, provided it has been declared as designating an object (in which case it is an lvalue) or a function (in which case it is a function designator).77)
977 A constant is a primary expression.
978 Its type depends on its form and value, as detailed in 6.4.4.
979 A string literal is a primary expression.
980 It is an lvalue with type as detailed in 6.4.5.
981 A parenthesized expression is a primary expression.
982 Its type and value are identical to those of the unparenthesized expression.
983 It is an lvalue, a function designator, or a void expression if the unparenthesized expression is, respectively, an lvalue, a function designator, or a void expression.
984 Forward references: declarations (6.7).
Created at: 2008-01-30 02:39:42
The text from WG14/N1256 is copyright © ISO
Created at: 2008-01-30 02:39:42 The text from WG14/N1256 is copyright © ISO