1*1f5207b7SJohn Levon #define	__force		__attribute__((force))
2*1f5207b7SJohn Levon 
3*1f5207b7SJohn Levon int foo(int *addr);
foo(int * addr)4*1f5207b7SJohn Levon int foo(int *addr)
5*1f5207b7SJohn Levon {
6*1f5207b7SJohn Levon 	return *(*((typeof(addr) __force *) addr));
7*1f5207b7SJohn Levon }
8*1f5207b7SJohn Levon 
9*1f5207b7SJohn Levon /*
10*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  * check-name: badtype5.c
11*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  * check-description:
12*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  *	evaluate_dereference() used to miss a call to
13*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  *	examine_symbol_type(). This, in the present, left
14*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  *	a SYM_TYPEOF as type for the last dereferencing
15*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  *	which produced "error: cannot dereference this type".
16*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  *	The presence of the __force and the typeof is needed
17*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  *	to create the situation.
18*1f5207b7SJohn Levon  */
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