so you're implementing it's better not to use the extra variable in the for loop and instead go with type 1?
I've always wondered if we can use chars instead of ints in for loops since chars use less space than ints. Since the use of type casting is now supported by many compilers, I don't think that should matter anymore. Maybe some old Borland Turbo C++ compiler might support the short and tiny pointers and what not.
Funny thing is there isn't bool in thay old compiler. instead we have to use an int or char or enumerator (I don't prefer this) , etcetra to substitute this.
oskilian, where did you get that comparative info from or is it just your compiler?