Greetings, all. I am porting to the 400 a C program which go to some (unsuccessful) efforts to adjust a pointer to point to a page boundary. I presume this is intended to be good for performance. I am used to blithely ignoring pagesize. I suppose that the 400--at some level--does have such a thing, but is there any good reason to pay any attention to it? If so, is there a portable type which defines an integer at least large enough to hold an address? Can I cast an integer expression to a pointer, or do I have to calculate an increment and add it to the pointer? Thank you, all, for your attention. Terry. Available for contract programmming.
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