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Old 01-12-2010, 08:34 AM   #1
ishandutta2007
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Is not 'long long' of 8 bytes in gcc?


Both 'long long' and 'double' are 64 bit data types in gcc but
why can't I insert a value greater than 2^31-1 (ie 32bit)
in a long long type variable.



secondly in the following code,
Code:

long long v=1000;
while(v++>=0){
printf("\n%lld",v);
}

the program continues to print negative value of v
even after 2^31-1.Why?
 
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