On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 3:15 PM, rkalla123 <rkalla@...
> The only difference from JSON being that "Number" is broken out into:
> int32, int64 and double types for the purposes of making parsing of the
Keep in mind that JSON does not specify any required numeric precision, and
in case it matters.) e.g. in C89 there is no _portable_ int64 construct
(that was introduced with C99, but lots of projects still use/require C89
because of the very different levels of C99 support in various compilers). i
know that Java is everyone's special baby, but some of us actually write
JSON-consuming/producing C89 code. In the world of C++, Google's v8
be doubles on that platform.
In any case, i currently have a use case which will eventually require some
type of binary support, and i will be reading through what you've posted.
Thanks for sharing :).
----- stephan beal
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