compiler warning about literal

Luchezar Belev lukcho@gmail.com
Mon Nov 17 17:28:00 GMT 2014


I think i got it why GCC gives the warning with -std=C90.
It basically wants to say:
"Now that we are under the C90 rules, this literal is 'unsigned long',
but under some newer standard it sould be 'signed long long', so make
sure your code won't broke if you try to compile it under new
standard".

Now the only question that remains is: why there is no way to disable
the warning?



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