Am Dienstag, 5. Juni 2007 schrieb Per Inge Mathisen: > On 6/5/07, Dennis Schridde <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > TPageFiles is read from a file, so it should have a guaranteed size. > > Whether uint8_t looks nice or not is not up to discussion, I think. It > > contains exactly 8 bit and that is exactly what is needed in that place. > > Even if it contains a string or hell knows what. > > The day char becomes anything other than 1 byte and 8 bits, we have > bigger problems anyway. I think more than half the C programs in the > world would break horribly.. > > So at some point reading the fine print of the standards documents > becomes a meaningless exercise in wasting your time. IMHO. And I don't think something like the following sounds nice: """ Inter-system exchanges via network or files must not use size varying types! (Exceptions only for really cool guys.) """
Did someone say something about consistency? Maybe my ears ...
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