[vHype-discussion] u64 in linux

Segher Boessenkool segher at kernel.crashing.org
Mon Oct 18 19:55:26 EST 2004

> C99 also mandates that the macro PRIu64 contains the correct
> format string for uint64_t (which afaik is always the same as u64).
> It's currently not defined in linux, but could perhaps be added.

Works fine for me:

	#include <inttypes.h>

	char x[] = PRIx64;
	char u[] = PRIu64;

resulting in

         .globl u
         .section        ".data"
         .align 3
         .type   u, @object
         .size   u, 3
         .string "lu"
         .globl x
         .align 3
         .type   x, @object
         .size   x, 3
         .string "lx"

(this is on a PPC64 system, GCC 3.4.1).


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