strangest systems I've sent email from
Maciej W. Rozycki
macro at linux-mips.org
Sun May 22 16:18:25 CDT 2016
On Sun, 22 May 2016, Mouse wrote:
> >>>> size_t foo = (size_t)-1;
> >>> size_t foo = -(size_t)1;
> >> size_t foo = (size_t)(-1);
> > Why bother? Won't:
> > size_t foo = ~0UL;
> > do (~0ULL for C99)?
> Only if size_t is no larger than unsigned long int (unsigned long long
> int for the ULL version). I don't think that's guaranteed.
How can you have the type of `size_t' wider than the widest unsigned
integer type in the respective revision of the language standard?
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