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Richard Bos
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      07-08-2005
"Suman" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> Richard Bos wrote:
> > It _is_ true in general. In this specific case, though, the Standard
> > speaks literally of (time_t)(-1),

> I am not too sure I follow you, can you be more specific?


The only way I could is by quoting C&V: 7.23.2.4#3, in n869.txt.

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Richard Bos wrote:
> "Suman" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
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> > Richard Bos wrote:
> > > It _is_ true in general. In this specific case, though, the Standard
> > > speaks literally of (time_t)(-1),

> > I am not too sure I follow you, can you be more specific?

>
> The only way I could is by quoting C&V: 7.23.2.4#3, in n869.txt.

That's a lot of help. Will check. Thanks.

 
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