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NCR MP-RAS SVR4:

/* Copyright 1990 NCR Corporation - Dayton, Ohio, USA */
#ident
"@(#)./sccs/NSTSRC/relmp/OS2.00.00/usr/src/uts/i386/sys/types.h:types.h

typedef unsigned char uchar_t;
typedef unsigned char unchar;
typedef unsigned char u_char;

EGP

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De :
owner-linux-kernel-outgoing[SMTP:owner-linux-kernel-outgoing@vger.rutgers
.edu]
Date d'envoi : lundi 16 decembre 1996 15:10
A : linux-kernel
Objet : Re: uchar or unchar?

part1 (TEXT/PLAIN)
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After just replying to Tom I realized that I am actually using a SYS V
system, namely an DEC Alpha running OSF1. And there it is in
/usr/include/sys/types.h:

/*
*@(#)$RCSfile: types.h,v $ $Revision: 4.3.17.8 $ (DEC) $Date: 1994/04/11
12:58:52 $
*/

typedef unsigned char uchar_t;
typedef uchar_t uchar;

Not that I think I am right now, it just seems the world has once again
proved to be not uniform :-). Our latest Alpha running the newly named
DEC UNIX has the same definition. Oh well...

Uwe


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