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authorJakub Jelinek <jakub@redhat.com>2007-07-12 18:26:36 +0000
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@@ -2029,8 +2029,8 @@ This is an integer data type. Objects of this type are always accessed
atomically.
@end deftp
-In practice, you can assume that @code{int} and other integer types no
-longer than @code{int} are atomic. You can also assume that pointer
+In practice, you can assume that @code{int} is atomic.
+You can also assume that pointer
types are atomic; that is very convenient. Both of these assumptions
are true on all of the machines that the GNU C library supports and on
all POSIX systems we know of.