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May 03, 2007, at 07:18 PM by 24.6.247.48 -
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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32-bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for most lengths and offsets. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\\

[@
typedef struct {
unsigned long long location;
unsigned long long length;
} LongRange;
@]

This typedef, along with some convenience functions, are defined in [[http://ridiculousfish.com/svn/HexFiend/trunk/sources/HexFiend_Prefix.pch | HexFiend_Prefix.pch]].

Because 64-bit math is generally slower than 32-bit math in a 32-bit application, Hex Fiend awaits the day when Cocoa supports 64-bit applications. Hex Fiend also defines the type BCFloat (BC for Hex Fiend's original moniker, [[Bit Cruncher]]), which is typedef'd to [@float@] now, but may later become [@double@] in anticipation of Cocoa's eventual support for 64 bit.
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May 02, 2007, at 08:40 PM by Stone Sour -
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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32-bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for most lengths and offsets. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\\

[@
typedef struct {
unsigned long long location;
unsigned long long length;
} LongRange;
@]

This typedef, along with some convenience functions, are defined in [[http://ridiculousfish.com/svn/HexFiend/trunk/sources/HexFiend_Prefix.pch | HexFiend_Prefix.pch]].

Because 64-bit math is generally slower than 32-bit math in a 32-bit application, Hex Fiend awaits the day when Cocoa supports 64-bit applications. Hex Fiend also defines the type BCFloat (BC for Hex Fiend's original moniker, [[Bit Cruncher]]), which is typedef'd to [@float@] now, but may later become [@double@] in anticipation of Cocoa's eventual support for 64 bit.
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November 24, 2006, at 07:47 PM by 67.169.17.159 -
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This typedef, along with some convenience functions, are defined in HexFiend_Prefix.pch.
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This typedef, along with some convenience functions, are defined in [[http://ridiculousfish.com/svn/HexFiend/trunk/sources/HexFiend_Prefix.pch | HexFiend_Prefix.pch]].
November 02, 2006, at 02:53 AM by 17.202.12.132 -
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This typedef, along with some convenience functions, are defined in BitCruncher_Prefix.pch.
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This typedef, along with some convenience functions, are defined in HexFiend_Prefix.pch.
October 22, 2006, at 10:30 PM by 67.169.17.159 -
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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32 bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for many things. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\\
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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32-bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for most lengths and offsets. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\\
October 22, 2006, at 09:44 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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This typedef, along with some convenience functions, are defined in BitCruncher_Prefix.pch.

Because 64-bit math is generally slower than 32-bit math in a 32-bit application, Hex Fiend awaits the day when Cocoa supports 64-bit applications. Hex Fiend also defines the type BCFloat (BC for Hex Fiend's original moniker, [[Bit Cruncher]]), which is typedef'd to [@float@] now, but may later become [@double@] in anticipation of Cocoa's eventual support for 64 bit.
October 22, 2006, at 09:41 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32 bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for many things. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\
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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32 bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for many things. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\\
October 22, 2006, at 09:41 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32 bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for many things. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\\

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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32 bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for many things. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\

[@
typedef struct {
October 22, 2006, at 09:40 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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typedef struct {\\
unsigned long long location;\\
unsigned long long length;\\
} LongRange;\\\
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@@Monospaced text@@
[@typedef struct {
unsigned long long location;
unsigned long long length;
} LongRange;
@]
October 22, 2006, at 09:40 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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Hex Fiend supports very large files even as a 32 bit program. Therefore, it uses the 64-bit long long and unsigned long long types for many things. Hex Fiend also defines the LongRange type, which is a counterpart to Cocoa's NSRange that has unsigned long long fields:\\\

typedef struct {\\
unsigned long long location;\\
unsigned long long length;\\
} LongRange;\\\
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