On Mon, 16 Feb 2004, Marcia Hon wrote in comp.lang.c:
You have [probably serendipitously] hit upon an excellent way to
get a whole bunch of people annoyed at you: Post a random and almost
certainly wrong observation, with no context, to three different
Don't do this. If you have a question, post it to the most
appropriate group. If you have an observation, post a *complete*
thought (including antecedents for all your "this"es and "that"s)
to the most appropriate group. But don't assume that people in the
Big World Outside Your Room [tm] have an instantaneous grasp of
whatever it was you were thinking when you typed your message. We
don't know [and frankly I don't care] what "that problem" was to
which you refer.
However, I *do* know that the values of 'char' in the C programming
language *do not* and *cannot* wrap from -126 to 127. So either
you're mistaken, or you are programming in some really funky language
that's not topical in this newsgroup.