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SubjectRe: [OT] sizeof C types ...
On Mon, 25 Aug 2003, J.A. Magallon wrote:

> If you don't go away from linux, OK.
>
> Really:
> char = 8bit
> long int = 32 or 64, depending on arch

Well then you can argue that 'long int' is 32bit on 64bit platforms on
Windows (the Windows API dictates LLP64) </pedantry>

> long long = 64 bits
>
> int = ??? almost anything, depending on arch and compiler.
> Run DOS on your P4, with an old compiler, and int defaults to 16 bits.
> I think the same also happens for Win16.
>
> int is defined ad the native word size of the hardware+OS.
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