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    SubjectRe: page_launder() bug
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    Followup to:  <Pine.LNX.4.33.0105070823060.24073-100000@svea.tellus>
    By author: Tobias Ringstrom <tori@tellus.mine.nu>
    In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
    >
    > On Sun, 6 May 2001, David S. Miller wrote:
    > > It is the most straightforward way to make a '1' or '0'
    > > integer from the NULL state of a pointer.
    >
    > But is it really specified in the C "standards" to be exctly zero or one,
    > and not zero and non-zero?
    >

    Yes it is.

    >
    > IMHO, the ?: construct is way more readable and reliable.
    >

    In C99 one can write (bool)foo which is more readable than either,
    especially since that is really what one is trying to do.

    -hpa
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