Type Definition std::os::raw::c_uint

type c_uint = u32;

Equivalent to C's unsigned int type.

This type will almost always be u32, but may differ on some esoteric systems. The C standard technically only requires that this type be an unsigned integer with the same size as an int; some systems define it as a u16, for example.

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