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uchar in <sys/types.h>
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- Subject: uchar in <sys/types.h>
- From: J Grant <jg at jguk dot org>
- Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 13:47:53 +0900
- Reply-To: jg at jguk dot org
I believe the types.h are part of the compiler rather than lib's etc.
I quote from <sys/types.h>
/* Old compatibility names for C types. */
typedef unsigned long int ulong;
typedef unsigned short int ushort;
typedef unsigned int uint;
I have an application that I am compiling and porting to a new target, i
typedef unsigned char uchar;
was not present, could anyone comment on this please?
I see there is the "old compatibility' comment, is there a better
alternative to uchar, ulong, uint abbreviations available?