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Strange result from ptrdiff_t and size_t

 
 
red floyd
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      02-02-2007
Kai-Uwe Bux wrote:

> Don't focus on the footnote. The normative clause covers it all because
> arithmetic mod 2^n does not care either way. All arithmetic operations with
> the exception of division by 0 are well-defined for unsigned interger types
> by [3.9.1.4]. (That's why I like them much better than those signed types
> that make virtually no guarantees whatsoever.)
>


You know, there should be a note in 5/5 to refer to 3.9.1.4.
 
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