programming question: u_char vs. uint32_t
gurney_j at resnet.uoregon.edu
Fri May 5 01:03:38 UTC 2006
Andrew wrote this message on Thu, May 04, 2006 at 19:57 -0500:
> I'm reading through /usr/src/sys/dd/dd.h, and I noticed the following
> 39 u_char *db; /* buffer address */
> 40 u_char *dbp; /* current buffer I/O address */
> Why was u_char used instead of uint32_t? Aren't pointers always 32 bits
> on a 32 bit machine?
You're confusing the type of the pointer w/ a pointer... These are
correct, please read a basic intro to pointers in C...
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