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## Arithmetic Shift

**From**: |
Mike Gibson |

**Subject**: |
Arithmetic Shift |

**Date**: |
Tue, 7 Dec 2010 21:41:55 -0700 |

Does a test already exist that checks for if the >> operator in C does
arithmetic shift? Section 5.5.1 "Portability of C Functions" of the
manual mentions the problem, but lists nothing about a way of
determining actual behavior. Seems that it would simple enough that I
thought I would ask before I dive in and write something myself.
Mike Gibson

**Arithmetic Shift**,
*Mike Gibson* **<=**
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Philip Herron*, `2010/12/09`
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Paul Eggert*, `2010/12/09`
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Mike Gibson*, `2010/12/09`
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Andrew W. Nosenko*, `2010/12/10`
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Paul Eggert*, `2010/12/10`
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Peter Breitenlohner*, `2010/12/10`
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Andrew W. Nosenko*, `2010/12/10`
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Bob Friesenhahn*, `2010/12/10`
**Re: Arithmetic Shift**, *Andrew W. Nosenko*, `2010/12/11`