How to get around the "long" 32/64-bit mess?
I have a question that might have been asked before, but I have not been
able to find anything via groups.google.com or any web search that is
I am writing an evolutionary AI application in C++. I want to use 32-bit
integers, and I want the application to be able to save it's state in a
The obvious choice would be to use the "long" type, as it is deined to be
at least 32 bits in size. However, the definition says "at least" and I
believe that on some platforms (gcc/AMD64???) long ends up being a 64-bit
integer instead. In other words, ...Blackfin 32 x 32 multiply
The Blackfin has a 32 x 32 integer multiply that requires 5 cycles. The
UG states that this minics a "C" 32 x 32 integer multiply.
Is this the low 32 bits of the 64 bit result? If so then is this not
able to do signed fractional fixed point 32 x 32 multiplies?
C&S Audio Labs
> The Blackfin has a 32 x 32 integer multiply that requires 5 cycles. The
> UG states that this minics a "C" 32 x 32 integer multiply.
> Is this the low 32 bits of the 64 bit result? If so then is this not
> able to do signed fractional fixed point 32 x 3...g77: 32-bit to 64-bit
We have a set of several fortran programs which run one after the other.
They communicate with each other via binary input/output files. Originally
all programs were compiled under 32-bit linux using g77 and they run just
However, with our jobs getting larger the last program in this set hits
the 2GB addressing limit of 32-bit linux. So we want move to 64-bit linux
or rewrite the code (which is not possible now).
My question is : Is it possible to compile a program with 64-bit g77 so it
"behaves" like 32-bit code in terms of default sizes of integers, reals
etc so it...Antivirus policy for Mercury/32
I would like to use eTrust Antivirus version 7.x from Computer Associates on
my Mercury Server. In the knowledge base I did find policies for some
antivirus softwares but nothing for eTrust. Has already somebody performed
some tests ?
Here you are :-) ETrust ver 7.0.139
I've changed "bat" for Fprot Policy
Make 3 directories :
antywirus_log (polish name of antivirus ;-) but You can change it )
First Policy InoculateIT VET Engine (old name but it is Etrust)
-Type of task "Run a program using a sentinel file"
-This task require...Win 32 bit Programming
I am new in win32 bit programming. I want to learn this. If you help
me, i thanks to you and other biggener also thanks to you. I want to
become professional c++ programmer and i need a teacher that master in
c++. if it is you please email me. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to all of You.
> I am new in win32 bit programming. I want to learn this. If you help
> me, i thanks to you and other biggener also thanks to you. I want to
> become professional c++ programmer and i need a teacher that master in
> c++. if it is you please email me. My email is r...Bit OT, but sound related
I bought a Pinnacle Studio PCTV Pro, which is a stereo TV/FM tuner
card. It is hooked up to an Audigy2 for sound. If I use either the
internal aux connector or the external lineout connector for sound I
can hear background noise if I have the mixer volume for that source
turned up quite loud, mostly noticeable when listening with
headphones. I can also hear some noise when I move my mouse. Is this
due to RF distortion? How to eliminate it besides turning off that
source in my mixer control when not watching TV? Or should I take it
back and just tell them it is not shielded properly?...A3020 suffering from bit rot
I've been absent from the Acorn world for a while but my father has
just plonked his A3020 on me with an odd problem.
It was working fine until a few days ago. Now it will work for only
a minute or so at most. My first thought was a hard drive failure, but
my initial tests suggest not.
The first time I turned it on it booted up fine, reached the desktop,
and then as I was moving the mouse around, FreeMem suddenly crashed.
I clicked on the error box and the whole display disappeared.
It needed a power off/on to get anything back. This time I held down
the shift key as it powered up so...A 24 Bit imread('image.tif','LZW');
I don't want to convert LZW compressed large 24 Bit tif images by an
Has anybody a c-source or a mex compiled WIN (dll) or UNIX (mexglx)
function who is able to read 24Bit LZW compressed tif images?
...Is it possible to set Instruction PowerPC Bus ONLY for 32 bits
I am wondering if it is possible to select IPLB (Instruction PowerPC
Bus) to work with 32 bits instead of 64 bits?. The reason is that my
DDR Sdram fails when it works with double words (64 bits) and it could
be simpler to configure IPLB to work with 32 than configure the DDR
Sdram to work with double words.
my best regards
...AMD 64 VS AMD 32 VS Intel 7xx with 2MB L2 Cash
I'm looking at three laptops:
1) Compaq V2000 which has Intel M 725 chip with 2MB L2 cash
2) Compaq R3000Z which has AMD XP
3) Compaq R3000z which has AMD 64
Which one is better?
Does Intel have 64 bit CPU?
On Tue, 14 Dec 2004 15:32:44 -0500, "john smith" <email@example.com>
>I'm looking at three laptops:
>1) Compaq V2000 which has Intel M 725 chip with 2MB L2 cash
>2) Compaq R3000Z which has AMD XP
>3) Compaq R3000z which has AMD 64
>Which one is better?
>Does Intel have 64 ...A bit of Lisp fun
Some of you will love this and some will hate it, little brainwave I
It's running on our Lisp web server Lewis. We're only up to 3 servers,
they all monitor each other and send text messages if one of them falls
over, I'm hoping to be able to eventually get one to reboot the other
if it falls over under certain circumstances...this could be done with
an SSH shell or something?!
Folks I'm not spamming - google didn't seem to post the first one it
>>>>> ...64 bit iTunes
I run iTunes 32 bit on Windows 7. I have done for over a year, just to
support my iPad and its iOS.
However, the desktop is a 64 bit machine, and so I'd like to install
iTunes 64 bit.
How do I do this?
Can I just uninstall it and re-install the 64 bit version? Will all the
library info still be there for the iPad?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Ed Cryer
> I run iTunes 32 bit on Windows 7. I have done for over a year, just to
> support my iPad and its iOS.
> However, the desktop is a 64 bit mac...Using 32-bit sourcesafe with 64-bit MATLAB
I wonder if it is possible to use 32-bit Visual Sourcesafe with 64-bit MATLAB. (Maybe there is a trick or something.)
If it is not, what do you recommend for source controlling?
"abdu " <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I wonder if it is possible to use 32-bit Visual Sourcesafe with 64-bit
> MATLAB. (Maybe there is a trick or something.)
> If it is not, what do you recommend for source controlling?
Unfortunately, it's not possible:
http://www....Buggy 64-bit wrt XDR
We have an HP-UX 11.0 workstation on which the code appended below
goes into an infinite loop at the while condition, on 64-bit (it works
fine on 32-bit).
use cc <prog.c> -lnsl for 32-bit and cc +DD64 <prog.c> -lnsl on
Since the mem_create only has 12 bytes, and each char takes 4 bytes on
XDR, the code should print "the" and a newline and exit. However it
goes into an inf loop on 64-bit and keeps getting the value \001 for
I hope somebody can verify/report this to HP and/or suggest a
#i...Layer 3 Bit Error Tester
I need a testing device to bit error test optical ethernet ports on a
router. Can someone suggest a device that can be purchased cheaply,
To my understanding, a layer 3 IP based bit error tester would need an
intelligent loopback device, that would have its own target IP address, and
which would receive TCP or UDP packets and send those back to the
What are my choices?
...Atari 8-bit Picture and Sound Programs
Was wondering what are the best programs on the 8-bit Atari to view
pictures such as .GIF or some of the other popular formats?
Is there one that will display Atari ST 16 color pictures or better?
Also Sound and Music files, What are the best programs to play
Sound and Music files?
Any that will play Atari ST Digitized Sound files or other Digitized Sound
I remember one that would display .GIF pictures, but it was slow and thats
been a few years ago. Hoping something better has came along.
On Tue, 07 Feb 2006 22:26:0...FAQ 5.32 How can I tell whether there's a character waiting on a filehandle? 296298
This is an excerpt from the latest version perlfaq5.pod, which
comes with the standard Perl distribution. These postings aim to
reduce the number of repeated questions as well as allow the community
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5.32: How can I tell whether there's a character waiting on a filehandle?
The very first thing you should do is look into getting the
Term::ReadKey extension from CPAN. As we mentioned earlier, it now...32 bit ints are 32 bit aligned?
Sorry, wrong discussion board ...
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...Re: OT: Enlightenment? #32
In the immortal words of Al Karman...Carol "spews"..
"that way I can never be accused of being an immoral b**ch out of pure
Since I never said that, You should take Brice's advice and learn to
You guys are hilarious...
From: Carol Darnell [mailto:caroldarnell@HOTMAIL.COM]
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 12:14 PM
Subject: Re: [HP3000-L] OT: Enlightenment?
You're free to believe that. In point of fact, throughout the 20+ years
of this on-again-off-again relat...Vectorization #32
I'm trying to improve some of my code using vectorization. For
instance, I was using nested loop to calculate this very simple
where N is a 2d matrix and i and j are line and colon.
This is much be pretty straightforward, but I can't find how to do
this using vectorization.
Any help would be greatfull.
pmassicotte <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message <email@example.com>...
> http://s7.postimage.org/4izfct...Function to reverse bits ?
All the cold weather has frozen my brain.
The binary value F
is to be reversed to become R
Is there a mathematical transform for bit reversal ?
This works, but is probably not best way.
Fn = 2340;
F = put (Fn, binary12.);
R = reverse (F);
Rn = input (R, binary12.);
put F= / R=;
put Fn= / Rn=;
Richard A. DeVenezia
Check out the "Bitwise Logical Operators" BAND, BOR, BNOT in the SAS manual.
I think that they will do it for you.
"Richard A. D...32-Bit Matlab, 32-bit WinXP, 32 GB RAM
I am planning to install Windows XP 32-bit with Service Pack
2 on a new Intel dual quad-core machine with 32 GB RAM.
Knowing WinXP w/SP2 can only address up to 4 GB physical
RAM, what is Matlab 2007a's (32-bit) capability of
addressing more RAM via Microsoft's /pae option at boot time?
I'm trying to help negate the remaining 28 GB RAM from going
"Scott " <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am planning to install Windows XP 32-bit with Service
> 2 on a new Intel dual quad-core ...Identification 32/64 bit Linux
I have a simple question, how do I identify which OS is installed (32 or 64
The only hint I have for the moment, is the amount of memory that is used.
Approx. 3,3G on a 32 bit and full 4G on 64 bit. Is this the only way?
uname gives me 2.6.18-164.el5PAE on a DualCore System and 2.6.18-164.el5 on
a 32 bit system. Both installed from the same medium CentOs 5.3, after
updating with all patches.
Anyone with an idee?
Jacob van Iwaarden wrote:
> Hello Ng;
> I have a simple question, how do I identify which OS is installed (32 or 64