[Coco] Microware C Compiler port
snhirsch at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 10:27:01 EST 2009
On Thu, 22 Jan 2009, Bill Barnes wrote:
> Hmmm, I thought it was this way: printf("long int: %l",longint); I do
> know that using "%d" deals with an int though, never seen it referenced
> as "%ld"
I can only speak from experience with ANSI C compilers and modern
libraries, but I've never seen a case where '%l' was legal syntax for
printf substitutions. '%d' represents integer and '%ld' represents long
> As far as length.... compiler specific. only guarantees is long is not
> smaller than an int, and int is not shorter than a short. I forget the
> OS-9 C (CoCo) lengths, and don't feel like chasing down my manual.
Very true. The absolute sizes of these things is totally dependent on the
compiler and/or compilation mode.
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