iurly at writeme.com
Mon Jun 30 04:25:01 PDT 2003
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, Kiyo Inaba wrote:
> Hi Gerlando,
> >void _slot_slot_fconst(SlotInfo*, SlotInfo*, double, ifunc, int)
> >shouldn't there be a float instead?
> I am hesitate to reply for this, but if old story is still true, any
> c function arguments are converted to double from float. See, pp.137
> of "C a reference manual".
Don't have that manual at hand, but I think that very much depends on the
compiler and/or the runtime architecture. I can assure you my (old, ugly,
buggy, horrible, non-standard, fp-less, whatever) compiler and
architecture do not make such a conversion. If a parameter is a float,
it's passed in one register (or memory slot), if it's a double, it takes
And if there isn't any particular reason beyond my sight why there has to
be a double in there, I would keep it consistent and make it a float.
Might save you (or someone else) time in the future.
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