Hello, On pirmadienis 09 Gegužė 2011 13:24:51 Ibragimov Rinat wrote: > > > Can you point to some of those checks? I've looked through the code > > > again and found nothing related to QString. There are only some of > > > them related to QByteArray. > > > > But why do you think QByteArray checks are not affected? > > Because QByteArray is intended to store raw bytes , Basically, QByteArray is a wrapper class on top of char*. For example, QString::toUtf8() returns QByteArray as well. > while QString stores > charactes which may be wider than 8-bit. Current implementation uses 16-bit > QChars . Well, ok, but that still does not explain why you cast one "check" to (unsigned char) leaving others untouched. QByteArray::operator also returns a _signed_ char. So what makes you think those chars will always be <= 127 ? -- Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>
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