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  • 64bit integer

    Hi,

    I know that some C compilers for dos can do 64bit math, but
    is PB3.5 able to do this?

    The problem occurs when I am using the FRAC of a number
    and not getting the total remainder.

    I think that under DOS bit shifting is necessary, but I
    am not sure.

    Also, I would like to inquire about the update to PB3.5. Has that
    been dropped?

    TIA

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  • #2
    Originally posted by wolfgang miller:
    I know that some C compilers for dos can do 64bit math, but
    is PB3.5 able to do this?
    Uhm... probably I don't have understood well, but isn't the QUAD data type of PB3.5 used for 64bit integer?

    Bye!



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    • #3
      http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...ead.php?t=1119

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