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[patch] make stdint.h docs math header

2001-03-06  Ben Collins  <>

	* manual/arith.texi (Integers): Fix documentation of fast and
	least integer typedefs.

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--- manual/arith.texi~	2001/02/12 07:26:02	1.69
+++ manual/arith.texi	2001/03/06 19:37:09
@@ -69,14 +69,14 @@
 structure with @emph{at least} N bits, use one of these:
 @itemize @bullet
-@item int8_least_t
-@item int16_least_t
-@item int32_least_t
-@item int64_least_t
-@item uint8_least_t
-@item uint16_least_t
-@item uint32_least_t
-@item uint64_least_t
+@item int_least8_t
+@item int_least16_t
+@item int_least32_t
+@item int_least64_t
+@item uint_least8_t
+@item uint_least16_t
+@item uint_least32_t
+@item uint_least64_t
 @end itemize
 If you don't need a specific storage size, but want the data structure
@@ -85,14 +85,14 @@
 one of these:
 @itemize @bullet
-@item int8_fast_t
-@item int16_fast_t
-@item int32_fast_t
-@item int64_fast_t
-@item uint8_fast_t
-@item uint16_fast_t
-@item uint32_fast_t
-@item uint64_fast_t
+@item int_fast8_t
+@item int_fast16_t
+@item int_fast32_t
+@item int_fast64_t
+@item uint_fast8_t
+@item uint_fast16_t
+@item uint_fast32_t
+@item uint_fast64_t
 @end itemize
 If you want an integer with the widest range possible on the platform on

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