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From: "Damian Yerrick" <web DOT poison AT pineight DOT 8m DOT com>
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Subject: Re: Crypt() - CAST
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1999 13:06:23 -0500
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SCOTT19U.ZIP_GUY <dscott AT networkusa DOT net> wrote in message
news:7suob2$pti$2 AT news DOT gate DOT net...
>
>    The reason is that for encryption you get closer to the machine.
> And even with the same machine you don't find compliers useing the
> same word size. I have yet to hear from any one getting scott19u.zip
> my encryption program to ran on another machine besides the PC.
> Take a look at it.
>8
>                     http://www.jim.com/jamesd/Kong/scott19u.zip
>                     http://members.xoom.com/ecil/index.htm

But if you don't use the int type, there are two types that are the same
on almost all C and C++ compilers and machines:
short (16 bits)
long (32 bits)

Warning: Java is not C. Java defines int as 32 bits and long as what
DJGPP calls a 'long long,' that is, 64 bits.


Damian Yerrick
http://come.to/yerrick


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