How can I force it to work correct on perl based 64 ?
It gets very messy.
Effectively you have to mask the resultant from operation after any operation that might cause the resultant to be promoted to more than 32 bits. eg.
C:\test>\perl32\bin\perl -le"print 11 | 29 | ~15"
C:\test>\perl64\bin\perl -le"print 11 | 29 | ~15"
C:\test>\perl64\bin\perl -le"print 11 | 29 | ( ~15 & 0xffffffff )"
And if you are manipulating signed rather than unsigned values it gets really tiresome.
I don't know of a good solution to this problem.
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