Source to i386/include/ansi.h
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* @(#)ansi.h 8.2 (Berkeley) 1/4/94
* Types which are fundamental to the implementation and may appear in
* more than one standard header are defined here. Standard headers
* then use:
* #ifdef _BSD_SIZE_T_
* typedef _BSD_SIZE_T_ size_t;
* #undef _BSD_SIZE_T_
#define _BSD_CLOCK_T_ unsigned long /* clock() */
#define _BSD_PTRDIFF_T_ int /* ptr1 - ptr2 */
#define _BSD_SIZE_T_ unsigned int /* sizeof() */
#define _BSD_SSIZE_T_ int /* byte count or error */
#define _BSD_TIME_T_ long /* time() */
#define _BSD_VA_LIST_ char * /* va_list */
* Runes (wchar_t) is declared to be an ``int'' instead of the more natural
* ``unsigned long'' or ``long''. Two things are happening here. It is not
* unsigned so that EOF (-1) can be naturally assigned to it and used. Also,
* it looks like 10646 will be a 31 bit standard. This means that if your
* ints cannot hold 32 bits, you will be in trouble. The reason an int was
* chosen over a long is that the is*() and to*() routines take ints (says
* ANSI C), but they use _RUNE_T_ instead of int. By changing it here, you
* lose a bit of ANSI conformance, but your programs will still work.
* Note that _WCHAR_T_ and _RUNE_T_ must be of the same type. When wchar_t
* and rune_t are typedef'd, _WCHAR_T_ will be undef'd, but _RUNE_T remains
* defined for ctype.h.
#define _BSD_WCHAR_T_ int /* wchar_t */
#define _BSD_RUNE_T_ int /* rune_t */
#endif /* _ANSI_H_ */