HomeAbout Us A-Z IndexSearch

IBM Corporation Conformance Statement

Product Standard: C Language V2

Organization IBM Corporation
Author William L. Toth


1. C Language V2

Product Information

Product IdentificationVersion/Release NumberProduct Supplier
1. IBM XL C/C++ for AIX, V10.1(PID 5724-U81) 10.1 International Business Machines Corporation 

Environment Specification

Testing Environment Binary-compatible Family Portability Environment Indicator of Compliance Compliance Details
1.
IBM p Series and System p UNIX Systems
HARDWARE: Systems using CHRP system architecture with POWER(tm) processors and 2,8 or 128 port async cards. SOFTWARE:AIX 6 Operating System, Version 6.1.2 SP1 or later with XL C/C++ for AIX V10.1, installed on JFS2 filesystems and running in 32bit(ILP32_OFF32) mode
Internationalized System Calls and Libraries Extended V3 Test Report from Perennial ANSI C Validation Suite Test Suite: CVSA V9.6
Test Report: IBM_C99_20090126

Temporary Waivers

None.


1.1 Scope of the Implementation

Question 1: What is the limit on the number of nesting levels of compound statements, iteration control structures, and selection control structures?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 2: What is the limit on the number of nesting levels of conditional inclusions?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 3: What is the limit on the number of pointer, array, and function declarators (in any combination) modifying an arithmetic, a structure, a union, or an incomplete type in a declaration?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 4: What is the limit on the number of nesting levels of parenthesized declarators within a full declarator?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 5: What is the limit on the number of nesting levels of parenthesized expressions within a full expression?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 6: What is the number of significant initial characters in an internal identifier or macro name?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 7: What is the number of significant initial characters in an external identifier?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 8: What is the limit on the number of external identifiers in one translation unit?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 9: What is the limit on the number of identifiers with block scope declared within one block?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 10: What is the limit on the number of macro identifiers simultaneously defined in one translation unit?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 11: What is the limit on the number of parameters in one function definition?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 12: What is the limit on the number of arguments in one function call?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 13: What is the limit on the number of parameters in one macro definition?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 14: What is the limit on the number of arguments in one macro invocation?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 15: What is the limit on the number of characters in a logical source line?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 16: What is the limit on the number of characters in a character string literal or wide string literal (after concatenation)?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 17: What is the limit on the number of bytes in an object (in a hosted environment only)?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 18: What is the limit on the number of nesting levels for #included files?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 19: What is the limit on the number of case labels for a switch statement (excluding those for any nested switch statement)?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 20: What is the limit on the number of members in a single structure or union?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 21: What is the limit on the number of enumeration constants in a single enumeration?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 22: What is the limit on the number of levels of nested structure or union definitions in a single struct-declaration-list?

Response

Rationale

Reference


1.2 Technical Requirements

Question 23: What conversion rules are applied when converting an integer type to a floating type which cannot represent the result exactly?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 24: What conversion rules are applied when converting a double to a float or a long double to a double or a float which cannot represent the result exactly?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 25: When mapping sequences of characters in #include directives to external source file names, does the implementation ignore distinctions of alphabetic case and restrict the mapping to 8 significant characters?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 26: Does the implementation support imaginary types?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 27: What definitions of the function main(), other than the standard two definitions, does the implementation support, if any?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Question 28: What extended signed integer types are supported by the implementation, if any?

Response

Rationale

Reference


Copyright © 2009 International Business Machines Corp
All rights reserved.


2. Change History

DateNameComment
07-Apr-2009 Conformance Administrator Correction of CVSA test suite release used for testing & Test Report filename 
27-Feb-2009 William L. Toth UNIX03 Submission for AIX 6 Operating System Version 6.1.2 SP1 release 
03-Aug-2006 William L. Toth UNIX03 Submission for the 8-2006 AIX V5.3 release 
09-Sep-2004 William L. Toth Initial UNIX03 Submission on the 8-2004 AIX V5.2 release 

 Copyright © 1998-2011 The Open Group. All Rights Reserved.

 The Open Group and Boundaryless Information Flow are trademarks and UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


[ Home ] [ The Open Brand ] [ Conformance Statement Library ] [ Search Conformance Statements ] [ Send Feedback ]