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// { dg-do run }
// Copyright (C) 2000 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
// Contributed by Nathan Sidwell 14 Nov 2000 <>
// Bug 635. We failed to emit initializer code for out-of-class defined
// static const members of template instantiations.
static int inited = 0;
static bool setFlag()
return true;
template<typename T> struct X
static const bool cflag;
static bool flag;
static const bool iflag = true;
static const bool jflag = true;
template<typename T> const bool X<T>::cflag (setFlag ());
template<typename T> bool X<T>::flag (setFlag ());
template<typename T> const bool X<T>::iflag;
int main ()
X<int> a;
if (!a.flag)
return 1;
if (!a.cflag)
return 2;
if (!a.iflag)
return 3;
if (!a.jflag)
return 5;
if (!X<float>::flag)
return 5;
if (!X<float>::cflag)
return 6;
if (!X<float>::iflag)
return 7;
if (!X<float>::jflag)
return 8;
if (inited != 4)
return 9;
return 0;
// On platforms that do not have weak symbols, these static data
// members must be explicitly instantiated. The iflag and jflag data
// members should not have to be explicitly instantiated because their
// const-ness should allow the compiler to elide references to the
// actual variables.
template const bool X<int>::cflag;
template bool X<int>::flag;
template const bool X<float>::cflag;
template bool X<float>::flag;