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On 6/4/2010 5:44 AM, Schmidt, Mihael wrote:
Now I have just read that in 7.1 RPG modules can be compile with the
storage model *teraspace. Does that mean that the pointer in RPG will
also be 8 byte and that the calling to the procedure might work with
7.1 because it is the same storage model?
No, even with storage model *teraspace, RPG will still only support 16
You will have to use 16 byte pointers in the parameter interfaces
between C and RPG. The C modules can use 8 byte pointers internally.
Here is a page from the C/C++ manual about specifying 8 or 16 byte
pointers in prototypes:
Here is a page from ILE Concepts about pointer conversions:
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