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Paragraph 9 of 9.4 [dcl.init] says:
If no initializer is specified for an object, and the object is of (possibly cv-qualified) non-POD class type (or array thereof), the object shall be default-initialized; if the object is of const-qualified type, the underlying class type shall have a user-declared default constructor. Otherwise, if no initializer is specified for an object, the object and its subobjects, if any, have an indeterminate initial value; if the object or any of its subobjects are of const-qualified type, the program is ill-formed.It should be made clear that this paragraph does not apply to static objects.
Proposed resolution (10/00): In 9.4 [dcl.init] paragraph 9, replace
Otherwise, if no initializer is specified for an object..."with
Otherwise, if no initializer is specified for a object...