# Fixed Width Integer Types since C99

suggest changeThe header `<stdint.h>`

provides several fixed-width integer type definitions. These types are *optional* and only provided if the platform has an integer type of the corresponding width, and if the corresponding signed type has a two’s complement representation of negative values.

See the remarks section for usage hints of fixed width types.

/* commonly used types include */ uint32_t u32 = 32; /* exactly 32-bits wide */ uint8_t u8 = 255; /* exactly 8-bits wide */ int64_t i64 = -65 /* exactly 64 bit in two's complement representation */

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