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how can I use 128-bit int in linux

hi, all
I am using gcc 3.4.4, how can I use 128-bit int in linux? Any class to
download? Thanks.
zl2k

Jul 29 '06 #1
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zl2k wrote:
I am using gcc 3.4.4, how can I use 128-bit int in linux? Any class to
download? Thanks.
Perhaps you could ask in 'comp.os.linux.development.apps'?
Jul 29 '06 #2

zl2k wrote:
hi, all
I am using gcc 3.4.4, how can I use 128-bit int in linux? Any class to
download? Thanks.
zl2k
AFAIK, there is no such thing. If you have SSE/SSE2 you can use it.

Jul 31 '06 #3

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