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No, it is most definitely NOT undefined behavior. This is exactly the behavior one should expect. The variable a has the binary value of -26 decimal, or 0xFFFFFFE6 in 32-bit hexadecimal. When it is passed to printf with a %d format specifier it will be interpreted as a signed decimal value and -26 is printed. There is nothing undefined about that. It is interpreting the variable exactly as the format specifier is defined to. It may not be what you want but it is as expected.
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