The analyzer detected a possible error in a construct consisting of conditional statements. Consider the sample:
if (a == 1) Foo1(); else if (a == 2) Foo2(); else if (a == 1) Foo3();
In this sample, the 'Foo3()' function will never get control. Most likely, we deal with a logical error and the correct code should look as follows:
if (a == 1) Foo1(); else if (a == 2) Foo2(); else if (a == 3) Foo3()
In practice, such an error might look in the following way:
if (radius < THRESH * 5) *yOut = THRESH * 10 / radius; else if (radius < THRESH * 5) *yOut = -3.0f / (THRESH * 5.0f) * (radius - THRESH * 5.0f) + 3.0f; else *yOut = 0.0f;
It is difficult to say how a correct comparison condition must look, but the error in this code is evident.