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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] use %p for pointers

    >> > > %p will do no such thing in the kernel. As for the difference...
    >> > > %x
    >> > > might happen to work on some architectures (where sizeof(void
    >> > > *)==sizeof(int)),
    >> > > but it's not portable _and_ not right. %p is proper C for that...
    >>
    >> Ah I see your point, but then again, %lx could have been used. Unless
    >> there is some arch where sizeof(long) != sizeof(void *).
    >
    > That really makes gcc bitch, *and* it's wrong for a whole bunch of reasons.

    Ah my bad. Thanks for the slap reminder. :)


    -`J'
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