On Wed, 8 Nov 2000, David Neary wrote:
> As an aside, is an int always the same size as a memory address (ie. 4
> bytes on 32 bit machines, 8 bytes on 64 bit), or is it always 4 bytes?
No I think, if memory servers me correctly, an int is still 32 bits
on IA-64. That's why it's not a valid assumption that a pointer can
always be casted to an int.
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