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32-Bit or 64-bit OS ??

, 19 Sep 2010 CPOL 5K 2
In C++ you can use the size of a pointer to work out what sort of process you're running in:bool is_64_bit(){ return sizeof(void *) == 8;}This has got the advantage of being portable and you don't have to call any OS functions.You can do something similar in C - just return...
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