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'''Q:''' Unsigned long longs are the same size as doubles. Currently, unsigned long longs are swapping just fine after being cast as doubles, but I was wondering if we were supposed to differentiate between the two. If so, how can you do it when the only argument is size?<br>
'''A:''' I was trying to do this with a case for each data type, but we're supposed to cast the void* pointers as char*, and then swap the values byte-by-byte.
'''Submitted by:''' Kevin Kofler, Team 9<br><br>