I'm trying to figure out how initialization of anonymous
structures and unions is supposed to work, particularly when
using brace-enclosed initializer lists without designators.
In general, GCC and Clang seem to be acting like an anonymous
structure or union participates in initialization as a structure
or union, even though it is unnamed. This would be a reasonable
thing to do in the abstract, but I don't see how it agrees with
the wording in the standard. Am I missing something, or do GCC
and Clang get this wrong?
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