Thanks. For some reason, my mind kept skipping over that sentence every
time I looked at my (dead tree) copy of the standard.
>> Hah, I'm much better at searching than you!
I am not going to comment on that ;-)
>> Yay! :-)
>>> I am not contesting the knowledge that integers must have a pure
>>> binary representation, but I am troubled by the fact that I am unable
>>> to locate this requirement in the standard.
>>> Perhaps the folks in comp.std.c++ can help [me] in locating the
>>> clause that I keep missing.
>> Posting there you'd just have me answering your question again.
>> It would be rather silly to trust me more, or less, depending on the
>> forum, or depending on which hat I'm wearing at the moment.
As I did not send a separate message to c.s.c++, but rather cross-posted
my previous message, you already answered in both groups.
And it is not that my trust level depends on the group, but rather to
give more people a chance to show they are better at searching than I
>> Cheers & hth.,
>> - Alf
Bart v Ingen Schenau
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