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[Frama-c-discuss] Jessie and CHAR_MIN


On Sun, May 24, 2009 at 20:49, Jens Gerlach
<jens.gerlach at> wrote:
> I compiled with "frama-c -jessie-analysis -jessie-int-model modulo
> -jessie-gui ranges.c" and noticed the following:
> 1.) I did not need to include limits.h
> So Jessie nows about these limits?

Yes, see FRAMAC_INSTALLATION_PATH/share/frama-c/jessie/limits.h

> 2.) All three provers (alt-ergo, yices, CVC3) that I used under Mac OS X
> cannot prove the line
> ?//@ assert i >= CHAR_MIN;
> ?? ? ?Is this an oversight?

I don't know.

The proof obligation for this property is:

i_1: int8
H1: true = true

integer_of_int8(i_1) >= 0

So a C "char" is mapped to a Why "int8". However I could not find
where this int8 is defined.

> 3.) The line??//@ assert i >= UCHAR_MIN; is not recognised at all.

Notice that I you just put "//@ assert i >= 0;" it also fails.

unsigned char uchar_range(unsigned char i)
    //@ assert i >= 0;
    //@ assert i <= UCHAR_MAX;
    return i;

Sincerely yours,