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Dave Kreskowiak wrote:
I can't remember if they change to 64-bit integers on 64-bit machines or not.


Nope. Integers are always 32-bits in C#, which I found strange. The C# Language Specification is pretty explicit about it. "The int type represents signed 32-bit integers with values between –2147483648 and 2147483647." Period.

In C/C++, an int was intended to be the "natural" word size of the processor. In Intel x86 processors using DOS, an int was 16 bit. In Win32 and Linux, an int is 32 bits. There were even 24-bit systems where int was defined as 24 bits.

Enjoy,
Robert C. Cartaino
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