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Re: [MiNT] GEMLIB: NIL is 0
I think Gerhard is true, I have search where come from NIL or if there
was another definition for -1 value in AES.
I have found it as define to -1:
- in aes.h coming from Lattice C 5.60
- COMPUTE!'s Technical Reference Guide ATARI ST Volume 2 AES
- In documentation for PC GEM http://www.seasip.info/Gem/aestruct.html
- In documentation from Lonny Pursell for GFA :
But I have found it in Compendium NIL is defined as 0 in objc_add(), but
this is wrong else it doesn't work.
So I think NIL should be -1, for 0L NULL should work and is defined for
all C compiler.
Op 12/6/15 om 7:29 PM schreef OL:
You are true, gemlib not use it, NIL should be at -1
I'm going to fix this.
NIL or Nil or nil are correct words for empty or nothing.
In fact nil should be the only correct value for a void variable.
I dont use MT_GEM, so I wouldnt suffer a change.
Nevertheless almost all my programs use NIL or nil for 0L
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