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    for(long a=2;a<600851475143;a++){
    vhd.Prime(a);
    }
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    what can i use for 600851475143 that can support it?
    i got this error : The literal 600851475143 of type int is out of range

    i used long but it say that error again!

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    Try adding an L:

    600851475143L;

    to make it a long.
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    Thx...It Worked...
    but why without L it didn't work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearT.Hunt3r View Post
    Thx...It Worked...
    but why without L it didn't work?
    because the compiler reads integer literals as Integers types, and decimal literals as Decimal. So if you need a Float type you must use a F ex. 2.0F
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