- Enterprise Edition
- Version 9.6 (build 59041)
pos = m_pCalendarIntervalDays->GetHeadPosition();
while (pos != NULL)
BOOL timeCodeMatches = FALSE;
pt = (CSelectedDays*)m_pCalendarIntervalDays->GetNext(pos);
Value stored to 'pt' is never read <<<<<<<<<<<SONAR QUBE ISSUE
for each (CBulkOverrideDays * bulkOverrideDay in pt->m_BulkOverrideDays)
timeCodeMatches = pt->HoursAppliesToAllTimeCodes();
This is one example where SonarQube thinks the variable pt is not being used, yet it is used in the for loop
Welcome to the community!
What language is this?
Visual C++ (Visual Studio 2022)
for each is a Microsoft extension (C++/CLI) that we do not support.
The following standard versions are supported in SonarQube 9.6:
Supported Language Standards
- C89, C99, C11, C18, C++03, C++11, C++14, C++17, and C++20 standards
- GNU extensions
I believe there should be a parse error around that line looking like expected ‘(’ after ‘for’.
Once fixed, the issue you mentioned should be gone too.
Quoting Microsoft documentation on
This non-standard keyword is available in both C++/CLI and native C++ projects. However, its use isn’t recommended. Consider using a standard Range-based for Statement (C++) instead.
I hope this helps.