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Question(C) Robust code Should an unsigned int array index be tested for "< 0" Pin
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Member 14088880 wrote:

If the index argument is declared as an unsigned int, it seems it will ALWAYS pass the bounds check when -1 is passed as the parameter...
Of course, hence why I said the for() loop would run for a long time.

Member 14088880 wrote:

If it is declared as an int (uncomment the first function line, comment out the second one) it will work properly:
And that would be expecxted behavior.

Why do you have an aversion in using a range check on index?

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