64 bit size_t
steve.teale at britseyeview.com
Sun Feb 16 23:15:19 PST 2014
Why is it that with 32 bit compilation, int is 32 bits, but
apparently this convention is not followed in 64 bit compilation.
I have not installed the 64 bit compiler yet, but apparently
int len = parent.children.length+1;
provokes the following error
> acomp.d(782): Error: cannot implicitly convert expression
> (parent.children.length + 1LU) of type ulong to int
parent is just a straightforward array
What is size_t for 64 bit?
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