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Re: Strange conversion to int64
Tony Bernardin <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hey, I'm having a little trouble understanding the conversion gcc is
> doing in a statement with the following types:
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> int64 = int32 * uint32
According to the rules of the C++ language, this will convert the
int32 to uint32, do a uint32 multiplication producing a uint32 result,
and then zero extend the uint32 result to assign it to int64. This
seems consistent with the output you reported.