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Are 64-bit errors real?

, 11 Nov 2009
I often hear in various interpretations the phrase: “The given examples show not the code incorrect from the viewpoint of porting to x64 systems, but the code incorrect in itself”. I would like to discuss and theorize a bit on this point in the blog. Please, take this note with a bit of
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