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* Sparse used to get this wrong.
* When evaluating the argument to the inline function for the array, Sparse
* didn't properly demote the "char []" to a "char *", but instead it would
* follow the dereference and get a "struct hello".
* Which made no sense at all.
static inline int deref(const char *s)
return *s;
struct hello {
char array[10];
static int test(struct hello *arg)
return deref(arg->array);