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Re: unsigned int ? (was: 16 bit images?)

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Martin Schultz (mgs@io.harvard.edu) writes:

> Hi David,
>       does this mean they'll introduce a new TYPE value and shift
> strings, structures, pointers, etc. one up? "Oh jemineh !" (german) that
> would mean a lot of rewriting ...

Nein. The new unsigned (16-bit) integer is type 12, followed
by the 32-bit unsigned integer as type 13. Then the 64-bit
integer at 14, with the new 64-bit unsigned integer as type 15.

Wow! 15 data types. Can't say RSI isn't listening to
someone! :-)



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