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SubjectRe: printk and long long
Date (H. Peter Anvin) writes:

> Followup to: <>
> By author: Maciej Zenczykowski <>
> In newsgroup:
>> On Wed, 11 Feb 2004, vda wrote:
>> > The character L specifying that a following e, E, f, g, or G
>> > conversion corresponds to a long double argument, or a following
>> > d, i, o, u, x, or X conversion corresponds to a long long argument.
>> > Note that long long is not specified in ANSI C and therefore
>> > not portable to all architectures.
>> [ personally I'd say screw the un-portable architectures ;) ]
>> Long long is here to stay.
> long long is C99, so it's *definitely* here to say. The conversion specifier
> is "ll" not "L", however.

What is the proper way to deal with printing an int64_t when int64_t
can be either long or long long depending on machine?

Måns Rullgård

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