[Numpy-discussion] int16 or int32 for C int ?
bsouthey at gmail.com
Wed Jun 29 06:02:50 EDT 2005
On 6/26/05, Todd Miller <jmiller at stsci.edu> wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-06-27 at 02:33 +0200, Nicolas Pernetty wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I would like to create a numarray array from a C buffer of 'int' but I
> > don't quite know how to handle different 'int' representation (16 or 32
> > bits).
> On the platforms we test on at least, int == Int32. This is even true
> for the 64-bit platforms I've seen.
The June 2005 C/C++ Users Journal (vol 23 no 5 http://www.cuj.com) had
a couple of articles on porting to 64 bit computing. One was by Rodney
Mach who gave this information: the 32-bit environment is a "ILP32
model because the C data-type model has 32-bit integers, long and
pointers". "All modern 64-bit UNIX-like platforms use the LP64 data
model" where longs and pointers are 64 bit but ints are 32-bit.
He also looked at some of the porting problems.
> > For instante should I use :
> > int a;
> > x = NA_NewArray(a, tInt16, 2, 10, 20);
> > or :
> > int a;
> > x = NA_NewArray(a, tInt32, 2, 10, 20);
> > Should I use some macro to determine size of int ?
> You can do that with: sizeof(int)
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