min/max and types
fgouget at free.fr
Tue Sep 18 17:40:01 CDT 2001
On Tue, 18 Sep 2001, eric pouech wrote:
> however, comparaisons like min(short, int) or min(size_t, DWORD) don't
> provide lots of errors. integral promotions are straightforward, and
> behave as expected by any programmer. so it would be rather ugly IMO
> to write something like min((int)s, i) (s being short and i int)
But in this last example, wouldn't it be better to declare s as an
int or i as a short? Then we would not need a cast.
I believe we would rarely be forced to really compare integers of
different sizes. Of course the only way to be sure is to really look at
the actual warnings...
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