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OH: "Warnings grow up to be errors"

@ted @cwebber Did I mention I do a lot of C dev? If your compiler throws an error, it means it cannot even find a way to execute your code. If it throws a warning, it means it found a way to execute your code differently from what you expected and then will likely crash. If your compiler throws neither error nor warning, it means it is outdated and you must update it. Oh, and your code will crash.

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