Re: larger than 32 bit ints and OS's

From: Edward Glamkowski (EGlamkowski@MATHEMATICA-MPR.COM)
Date: 09/24/97

Of course, the "easy" solution to the 32 bit barrier is
to use bitfields :)
Then the sizeof int on this OS or that doesn't matter
at all!

Edward Glamkowski, Programmer           Mathematica Policy Research                 Princeton, NJ

                    "Wenn du lange in einem Abgrund blickst,
                    blickt der Abgrund auch in dich hinein."   -Nietzsche

>Sent:  Wednesday, September 24, 1997 9:20 AM
>Subject:       Re:  larger than 32 bit ints and OS's
>Digital has OSF
>Data General makes DGUX, but I don't know if they have a 64bit version (damn
>I interned in the Q/A dept there last summer :( )
>______________________________ Reply Separator
>I'm not 100% on MacOS, or MkLinux, but RedHat and SlackWare are 32bit.  As
>far as I know the only redily available 64 bit OS's are a port of Linux to
>the ALPHA, a flavor of SunOS (or was it slowaris?), and I think Digital
>has a 64bit version of DGUX.

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