The organization of boost integer headers and classes is designed to take advantage of <stdint.h> types from the 1999 C standard without resorting to undefined behavior in terms of the 1998 C++ standard. The header <boost/cstdint.hpp> makes the standard integer types safely available in namespace boost without placing any names in namespace std.
Boost.Integer, part of collection of the Boost C++ Libraries, provides
integer type support, particularly helpful in generic programming. It provides the means to select
an integer type based upon its properties, like the number of bits or the maximum supported value,
as well as compile-time bit mask selection. There is a derivative of
std::numeric_limits that provides
integral constant expressions for
Finally, it provides two compile-time algorithms: determining the highest power of two in a
compile-time value; and computing min and max of constant expressions.
- doc - QuickBook documentation sources
- include - Interface headers of Boost.Integer
- test - Boost.Integer unit tests
- Report bugs. Be sure to mention Boost version, platform and compiler you're using. A small compilable code sample to reproduce the problem is always good as well.
- Submit your patches as pull requests against develop branch. Note that by submitting patches you agree to license your modifications under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0.
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