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Date: 2001-01-07 (20:17)
From: Chet Murthy <chet@w...>
Subject: 32-bit integer operations

Hmmm ..... perhaps I've lost my mind.

I decided to use 32-bit integers (int32) for some operations in a
program today, and I was about to code something which required me to
do a comparison between two of them, and ... I can't figure out how to
do it.

That is, there isn't any comparison operator defined.  I suppose I
could code one up, using various primitives, but I figured I'd point
this out, in the hope that somebody could slap me upside the head and
point me at the officially-blessed way of doing this.

In the absence of such indications, I guess I'll just code one up.