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Author loewis
Recipients belopolsky, loewis, pitrou, tim.peters, vstinner
Date 2014-08-26.13:38:53
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Am 26.08.14 15:32, schrieb Antoine Pitrou:
> Antoine Pitrou added the comment:
>> Instead of a complex structure, we can use a 64-bit signed integer to store a number of nanoseconds.
> Do we have 64-bit integers on all architectures?

On all "supported" architectures, yes. gcc supports long long
everywhere, using a library if hardware support is not feasible.
Visual C++ supports __int64 on all targets. Other compilers typically
strive for compatibility with either of these two.
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