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Diagnostic 1735: nonstandard qualified name in global scope declaration

Diagnostic 1735: nonstandard qualified name in global scope declaration

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  • Diagnostic 1754: only static and extern variables can use thread-local storage

    Diagnostic 1754: only static and extern variables can use thread-local storage

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  • Diagnostic 1772: sharable pragma should be inserted by user '#pragma intel omp sharable(xxxx)'

    Diagnostic 1772: sharable pragma should be inserted by user '#pragma intel omp sharable(xxxx)'

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  • Diagnostic 1720: entity-kind "entity" has no corresponding member operator deletexxxx (to be called if an exception is thrown during initialization of an allocated object)

    Diagnostic 1720: entity-kind "entity" has no corresponding member operator deletexxxx (to be called if an exception is thrown during initialization of an allocated object)

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  • Diagnostic 1736: dllexport/dllimport conflict with "entity" (declared at line xxxx); dllimport/dllexport dropped

    Diagnostic 1736: dllexport/dllimport conflict with "entity" (declared at line xxxx); dllimport/dllexport dropped

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  • Diagnostic 1755: multiple thread-local storage specifiers

    Diagnostic 1755: multiple thread-local storage specifiers

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  • Diagnostic 1773: ensure that argument xxxx of function call is declared as sharable

    Diagnostic 1773: ensure that argument xxxx of function call is declared as sharable

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  • Diagnostic 1721: a function return type cannot be qualified with a named address space

    Diagnostic 1721: a function return type cannot be qualified with a named address space

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  • Diagnostic 1737: dllexport and dllimport are ignored on class templates

    Diagnostic 1737: dllexport and dllimport are ignored on class templates

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  • Diagnostic 1756: friend specifier is not allowed in a class definition; friend specifier is ignored

    Diagnostic 1756: friend specifier is not allowed in a class definition; friend specifier is ignored

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