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5.5. Integers

  • [Any extended integer types that exist in the implementation (6.2.5).]

  • [Whether signed integer types are represented using sign and magnitude, two's complement, or one's complement, and whether the extraordinary value is a trap representation or an ordinary value (6.2.6.2).]

    GCC supports only two's complement integer types, and all bit patterns are ordinary values.

  • [The rank of any extended integer type relative to another extended integer type with the same precision (6.3.1.1).]

  • [The result of, or the signal raised by, converting an integer to a signed integer type when the value cannot be represented in an object of that type (6.3.1.3).]

  • [The results of some bitwise operations on signed integers (6.5).]

 
 
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