I've illustrated a recent answer for a more or less useless question with a little picture after the OP was asking back:
const literal versus const function as rvalue? (please check the link regarding updates vs the taken screenshot!)
Regarding the overworked codes of conduct, would such be considered harmful, offensive or belittling in any direction?
After the OP asked back in comments, I just felt giving an illustration might just be the shortest1 and friendliest way for responding, and taking on their concerns.
TBH: In a workplace review situation I'd probably not draw that picture, it would more go like
Please don't do that. It's blatantly wrong, and at best our CI systems static analysis will bail out on your commit with an error.
Your code isn't reliable, you do assumptions about specific behavior, regarding the memory layout and number representation which is compiler and / or OS dependent
Please explain in depth why you wrote that code as is and what do you expect to achieve.
Well even there I'd be tempted to draw that in regard of how often such is seen with the OP's code.
1)Well, it took some efforts finding the appropriate pic, load it to Gimp, and put my remarks. I still believe it was worth it, than writing a very long and elaborate paragraph.