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#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
// The issue here is the same one in memcmptest -- 'strchr' and 'index' are
// aliases, as are 'strrchr' and 'rindex'. In each case, the shorter name
// gets preferred, ie. 'index' and 'rindex'.
int main(int argc, char* argv[])
char *s, *a __attribute__((unused)), *b __attribute__((unused));
s = malloc(sizeof(char));
// Nb: s[0] is uninitialised, but almost certainly a zero
a = strchr (s, '1');
b = strrchr(s, '1');
return 0;//((int)a + (int)b);