64-BIT unsigned integers - Borland 5.5

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    64-BIT unsigned integers - Borland 5.5

    Hi. Does anyone know what support there is in Borland for 64-bit numbers? Thanks for any assistance.

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    Yes there's __int64 which I think is in windows.h?

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    You mean something like this ?
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    __int64, where it exists (newer Borlands have it), is a built-in type.

    You can also try boost::int64_t from Boost's cstdint.hpp.
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