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int main()
{
int x = 1;<--- Assignment 'x=1', assigned value is 1<--- 'x' is assigned value '1' here.<--- 'x' is assigned value '1' here.<--- 'x' is assigned value '1' here.<--- 'x' is assigned value '1' here.<--- 'x' is assigned value '1' here.
if (x == 1) // expected-error {{empty if body [loplugin:emptyif]}}<--- The expression 'x == 1' is always true. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.

;
if (x == 1)<--- The expression 'x == 1' is always true. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.

{
}
// expected-error@-3 {{empty if body [loplugin:emptyif]}}
if (x == 1)<--- The expression 'x == 1' is always true. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.

{
}
else
{
}
// expected-error@-2 {{empty else body [loplugin:emptyif]}}
if (x == 1)<--- The expression 'x == 1' is always true. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.

{
}
else
; // expected-error {{empty else body [loplugin:emptyif]}}
if (x == 1)<--- The expression 'x == 1' is always true. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.

{
}
else
{
x = 2;
}
// no warning expected
if (x == 1)<--- Condition 'x==1' is always true
{
x = 3;
}
if (x == 1)
x = 3;
if (x == 1)<--- First condition
{
//
}
if (x == 1)<--- Second condition
{
/* */
}
}
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