Hello,

The dumped AST info for
int add(int a, int b)
{
        int s = 1;
        s += a + b;
        return s;
}
is

> FUNCTION (_add=0x8b63770) type (int fixed) args (int fixed, int fixed)
> (null):0:{ L1 B0
> (null):0:  DECLARE SYMBOL (L1 B1 a=0x8b63138) type (int fixed)
> (null):0:  DECLARE SYMBOL (L1 B2 s=0x8b61b28) type (int fixed)
> a.c:4:  ASSIGN(=) (0x8b62cd0) type (int fixed)
> a.c:4:    SYMBOL (L1 B2 s=0x8b62970 @ 0x8b61b28) type (int fixed)
> a.c:4:    ADD (0x8b62c78) type (int fixed)
> a.c:4:      SYMBOL (L1 B2 s=0x8b622b0 @ 0x8b61b28) type (int fixed)
> a.c:4:      ADD (0x8b62918) type (int fixed)
> a.c:4:        SYMBOL (L1 B1 a=0x8b625b8 @ 0x8b61018) type (int fixed)
> a.c:4:        SYMBOL (L1 B1 b=0x8b628c0 @ 0x8b61398) type (int fixed)
> a.c:5:  RETURN (0x8b63030) type (int fixed)
> a.c:5:    SYMBOL (L1 B2 s=0x8b62fd8 @ 0x8b61b28) type (int fixed)
> (null):0:}

But how is s initialized to 1 ? Should there be an ASSIGN(=) for that ?

Ben