2012/2/5 Gustavo Lopes <glo...@nebm.ist.utl.pt>:
>> All the length and position variables are of type size_t, so I'd say
>> we'd be out of memory long before that could be a problem (unless
>> there's some architecture of which I'm not aware where SIZE_T is low
>> enough for this to be a problem).
> read: SIZE_MAX, not SIZE_T
By the way, SIZE_MAX (can be up to 65k or so afair) should not be used
in relation with buffer (string or other) length. It defines the
maximum size of a single object allocation that the compiler can
manage. Not sure if it is actually what you want here.
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