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Re: [CPROG] Skum struct.



Carsten Nissen <sslug@sslug> skrev:

> >Nej!!! En int er ikke defineret til at være noget som helst, udover at 
> 
> Siger man ikke at en int, på samme "størrelse" som maskinen, fx.:
> 
> 16 bit(286) - 32 bit(386) - 64 bit(alpha)

Det er tommelfingerreglen, jo - men når du skriver portabelt ved du
ikke, hvilken maskine, du er på. Amiga compilere havde fx en switch
til at skifte størrelsen, husker jeg.

Men int regnes vist som den heltallige type, hvor maskinen regner
bedst.
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