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1 dashley 25 /* $Header: /cvsroot/esrg/sfesrg/esrgpcpj/shared/c_datd/esrg_win_int64.h,v 1.2 2002/05/20 00:24:17 dtashley Exp $
2     **
3     ** This file provides 64-bit native integer operations for Windows platforms.
4     ** By "native" we mean the __int64 data types which are provided by Microsoft
5     ** Visual C++ 6.0.
6     */
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690     #ifndef ESRG_WIN_INT64_H_INCLUDED
691     #define ESRG_WIN_INT64_H_INCLUDED
693     #ifdef MODULE_ESRG_WIN_INT64
694     #define DECMOD_ESRG_WIN_INT64
695     #else
696     #define DECMOD_ESRG_WIN_INT64 extern
697     #endif
699     //Type definitions of the unsigned and signed 64-bit integers
700     //manipulated by this module.
701     typedef unsigned __int64 ESRG_WIN_INT64_UI64;
702     typedef __int64 ESRG_WIN_INT64_SI64;
704     //Converts from a string to an unsigned 64-bit int. The
705     //only allowed representation of 0 is "0". No commas are
706     //allowed. No leading 0's are allowed except for the
707     //canonical representation of 0. No leading or trailing
708     //whitespace is allowed. In case of error, the error flag
709     //is set non-zero and the return result is 0. No pointer
710     //parameters may be NULL.
712     DECMOD_ESRG_WIN_INT64 void ESRG_WIN_INT64_StringPlainToUi
713     (
714     const char *s,
715     ESRG_WIN_INT64_UI64 *rv,
716     int *err
717     );
719     DECMOD_ESRG_WIN_INT64 const char *ESRG_WIN_INT64_cvcinfo(void);
720     DECMOD_ESRG_WIN_INT64 const char *ESRG_WIN_INT64_hvcinfo(void);
721     #define ESRG_WIN_INT64_H_VERSION ("$Header: /cvsroot/esrg/sfesrg/esrgpcpj/shared/c_datd/esrg_win_int64.h,v 1.2 2002/05/20 00:24:17 dtashley Exp $")
723     #endif
725     /***************************************************************************
726     ** $Log: esrg_win_int64.h,v $
727     ** Revision 1.2 2002/05/20 00:24:17 dtashley
728     ** Safety checkin.
729     **
730     ** Revision 1.1 2002/05/16 09:36:26 dtashley
731     ** Initial checkin.
732     ****************************************************************************
733     ** End of ESRG_WIN_INT64.H. */

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