[TUHS] standard types

Ralph Corderoy ralph at inputplus.co.uk
Thu Dec 7 21:42:12 AEST 2017


Hi Larry,

> Instead we have uint64_t and I don't see the added value of more
> chars.

The `_t' suffix plonks them in the area that POSIX has reserved so if
they do clash with existing ones that's the user's fault.  Perhaps they
felt the `uint' was still short enough and containing `int' was
mnemonic.

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