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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -verify %s -std=c++11 -triple=i686-pc-linux-gnu
void ugly_news(int *ip) {
// These are ill-formed according to one reading of C++98, and at the least
// have undefined behavior.
// FIXME: They're ill-formed in C++11.
(void)new int[-1]; // expected-warning {{array size is negative}}
(void)new int[2000000000]; // expected-warning {{array is too large}}
struct S {
struct T { // expected-note 2 {{not viable}}
T(int); // expected-note {{not viable}}
void fn() {
(void) new int[2] {1, 2};
(void) new S[2] {1, 2};
// C++11 []p19:
// If the new-expression creates an object or an array of objects of class
// type, access and ambiguity control are done for the allocation function,
// the deallocation function (12.5), and the constructor (12.1).
// Note that this happens even if the array bound is constant and the
// initializer initializes every array element.
(void) new T[2] {1, 2}; // expected-error {{no matching constructor}} expected-note {{in implicit initialization of array element 2}}