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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients Aahz, aahz, amaury.forgeotdarc, mark.dickinson, pitrou, rhettinger, stutzbach
Date 2010-10-07.15:53:47
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+#define _PyLong_IS_SMALL_INT(v) \
+    (((PyLongObject *)(v)) >= _PyLong_small_ints && \
+     ((PyLongObject *)(v)) < _PyLong_SMALL_INTS_END)
+/* These macros purposedly avoid a cast to int, since it is most of time
+   useless, and sometimes detrimental (because of truncation).
+   XXX _PyLong_AS_SMALL_INT might be slower if sizeof(PyLongObject) is not
+   a power of two.
+   */

Urk!  This is nasty.  :(

I don't think arbitrary comparisons of pointers give well-defined results, unless those pointers both happen to point into the same array.  (Might be wrong;  I don't have a copy of the C standard to hand.)
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