Re: Problem with 32 bit ints

From: Daniel Koepke (dkoepke@CALIFORNIA.COM)
Date: 05/30/98

On Sun, 31 May 1998, Chuck Carson wrote:

->For some reason, I cannot get an unsigned long int to hold a value
->greater than 2^31. I was under the assumption 4294967295 was the
->max number you could represent as an integer.

2^31 is the size for a signed integer (because the 32nd bit is used
for the sign).  Note, however, that %ld is for printing a signed
integer, not an unsigned.  Use "%lu".

->printf("X = &ld\r\n", x);

Ehhh, '&'?


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