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RE: 64-bit ints and non-capable hardware

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Dan Sugalski
October 22, 2002 10:19
RE: 64-bit ints and non-capable hardware
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At 3:59 PM -0700 10/21/02, Brent Dax wrote:
>Dan Sugalski:
># Okay, I'm about ready to just bite the bullet and declare that
># INTVALs have to be 64 bit integers.
># Does anyone know of a platform that has neither native nor emulated
># 64 bit integers? (One we're likely to run on, rather)
>Mac Classic processors and Palm DragonBalls?

While the 68K doesn't do 64-bit natively, neither does the x86, but 
gcc provides emulation, so that's not a problem. Dunno about the 
DragonBall, but I'd bet we're out of luck generally for 64 bit stuff 

>By the way, it looks like Palm OS now supports stdio emulation.

Well, cool. That's darned good news.

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