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The max value of a number ?

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hi all, i met a problem when i was running the scripts below:

Script 1

Dim $CSSN[4],$NUM

$CSSN[1] = 9268017928447
$CSSN[2] = 9301433546382
$CSSN[3] = 9309282185282


$NUM=$CSSN[Random(1,3)]

MsgBox(4096,"Test", $NUM&"")

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the script 1 can run normally and show the right value in the msg box, but the script 2 can't. is the value of $NUM is too large? thanks

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Yes, it is. Try this as a workaround:

Dim $CCKEY[4],$NUM

$CCKEY[1] = "1010889277760123700900"
$CCKEY[2] = "1022126522609188300253"
$CCKEY[3] = "1030875233476117895070"

$NUM=$CCKEY[Random(1,3)]

MsgBox(4096,"Test", $NUM&"")


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