Re: Solaris xxx - bit?

 
#include <stdio.h> 

main() 

{ 

 printf("Pointers are %d bytes long\n", (int)sizeof(void *)); 

} 

Hardly more complicated than hello.c, and portable. 



Regards, 

Stephane Faroult 

On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 15:33 , 'Sinardy Xing' <SinardyXing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> sent:

Hi all,


How to find out how many bit my OS Solaris?


uname -a no luck


Thanks

Sinardy


by the way what are the advantages and disadvantages of using Oracle =
32-bit/64-bit?

should I choose 64-bit if my OS is 64-bit?



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