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SubjectRe: min() and max() in kernel.h ?
On Fri, Aug 17, 2001 at 09:13:20PM +0200, Herbert Rosmanith wrote:
> I then found min() being defined in <linux/kernel.h> with an additional
> type argument and some superfluos (imo) assignment code. Erm. What's going
> next, drawing elipses in kernel?

The assignment is needed to avoid side effects. Only the
type-argument is discussable. But it is needed due to constants
and sign issues. Details are in the archive.

But I didn't add it, I just understand the reasoning of it an
its implementation.

Regards

Ingo Oeser
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