Simon 'corecode' Schubert
corecode at fs.ei.tum.de
Wed Jul 6 01:24:50 PDT 2005
Lately Matthew Dillon <dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
> Whoops, we have a problem with the ctype code... it is not properly
> folding negative integers (i.e. when a signed char is passed to
> an is*() function).
> The is*() functions are returning non-zero for all negative numbers,
> which is wrong.
uhm, actually not... I was confused as well, but it was my utf-8 xterm
playing tricks on me. If you look close, the program just outputs
printable chars (at least on syscons), it skips some in between.
I don't get the system. As soon as you assign the int to any char
(signed, unsigned, plain) and pass this char, the negative numbers
are not shown.
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