On Nov 28 2021, Paul Smith wrote:

> The C standard defines the largest unsigned long long value
> as 18446744073709551615, the largest signed long long value
> as 9223372036854775807, and the smallest signed long long value as -
> 9223372036854775808.  So, the definition cannot be wrong in any
> standards-conforming implementation of C.

This is wrong.  These are *minimum* limits.


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