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    • Shane Kerr's avatar
      [2571] Change from char to int when we need special character values. · 6b6cbde6
      Shane Kerr authored
      In cases where we use values outside of normal character range (-128
      to 127 or 0 to 255) to indicate special things, like EOF, we need to
      insure that we can hold these values. To do that, we use an int.
      
      It turns out that the default type conversions also meant that our
      JSON conversion from strings would break in some cases. A test was
      added to show that, and to confirm the fix.
      6b6cbde6
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