Well, on such a system, char would not be one byte in size. The unit sizeof uses is bytes. That doesn't really mean anything by itself.Quote:
A year ago, I thought that but this sites mentions the topic about once every two months.
NOTE: I still believe it can be something other that 1 on NON C standard compilers.
Just to be a C standard compiler is must be 1.
Can anyone confirm this idea?
In some ways if you actually have something other than 8-bit bytes, though, you're warring with historical precedent.