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Re: [vox-tech] Removing Files

On Fri, May 21, 2004 at 10:11:02AM -0700, Ken Herron wrote:
> The actual character code is 180 decimal, which is an acute accent in the 
> latin1 (or ISO8859-1) character set. You're getting 4294967220 because of 
> a bug in the program. ptr points to signed characters so 180 is 
> interpreted as -76; when *ptr is passed to printf(), the value is 
> sign-extended to a signed int and then printed as if it were unsigned.

I was wondering where that huge number came from.  I was waiting for Mark Kim
to say UTF-8 or Unicode or something.  But, duh, it's just 1 byte.
Shoulda dug up the example source :)

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