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SubjectRe: Large block device patch, part 1 of 9
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On Tuesday 03 September 2002 21:50, Benjamin LaHaise wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 03, 2002 at 09:42:56PM +0200, Daniel Phillips wrote:
> > and I expect it will be this time too. It's just a printk! Who cares if it
> > wastes a few bytes. It's even conceivable that if we use this idiom heavily
> > enough, some gcc boffin will take the time to optimize away the useless
> > conversions.
>
> The issue of casting was never successfully treated by any of the approaches
> that were presented, except by Neil's llsect() function. It's shorter than
> (long long)sect and has type safety, so let's just use it.

If you must have a clever macro:

#define lli(foo) (long long int) (foo)
#define llu(foo) (long long unsigned) (foo)

The %lli/%llu have to be there in the format string (modulo as-yet-uninvented
printk hackery) so the cast might as well be there as well.

--
Daniel
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