Sun Studio 12: C User's Guide

### E.1.5.1 (6.1.2.5) The representations and sets of values of the various types of integers:

Table E–1 Representations and Sets of Values of Integers

Integer

Bits

Minimum

Maximum

char (SPARC) (x86)

-128

127

signed char

-128

127

unsigned char

255

short

16

-32768

32767

signed short

16

-32768

32767

unsigned short

16

65535

int

32

-2147483648

2147483647

signed int

32

-2147483648

2147483647

unsigned int

32

4294967295

long (SPARC) v8

32

-2147483648

2147483647

long (SPARC) v9

64

-9223372036854775808

9223372036854775807

signed long (SPARC) v8

32

-2147483648

2147483647

signed long (SPARC) v9

64

-9223372036854775808

9223372036854775807

unsigned long (SPARC) v8

32

4294967295

unsigned long (SPARC) v9

64

18446744073709551615

long long

64

-9223372036854775808

9223372036854775807

signed long long [Not valid in -Xc mode]

64

-9223372036854775808

9223372036854775807

unsigned long long

64

18446744073709551615

#### (6.2.1.2) The result of converting an integer to a shorter signed integer, or the result of converting an unsigned integer to a signed integer of equal length, if the value cannot be represented:

When an integer is converted to a shorter signed integer, the low order bits are copied from the longer integer to the shorter signed integer. The result may be negative.

When an unsigned integer is converted to a signed integer of equal size, the low order bits are copied from the unsigned integer to the signed integer. The result may be negative.

#### (6.3) The results of bitwise operations on signed integers:

The result of a bitwise operation applied to a signed type is the bitwise operation of the operands, including the sign bit. Thus, each bit in the result is set if—and only if—each of the corresponding bits in both of the operands is set.

#### (6.3.5) The sign of the remainder on integer division:

The result is the same sign as the dividend; thus, the remainder of -23/4 is -3.

#### (6.3.7) The result of a right shift of a negative-valued signed integral type:

The result of a right shift is a signed right shift.