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Is it possible to raise the number limit that AutoIt can calculate....? I'm working with VERY high numbers here, and I am getting the 1.#INF error, on the....442 calculation...I am looking for much higher numbers. Is this possible, or not?


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Is it possible to raise the number limit that AutoIt can calculate....? I'm working with VERY high numbers here, and I am getting the 1.#INF error, on the....442 calculation...I am looking for much higher numbers. Is this possible, or not?

Higher than a 32 bit integer, or higher than a 64 bit double floating point...? Working out the implications of your Grand Unification Theory on the cosmos? :D

At any rate, if you run a 64 bit CPU and Windows version, you can run AutoIt3_x64.exe, the 64 bit version of AutoIt.

:D


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Higher than a 32 bit integer, or higher than a 64 bit double floating point...? Working out the implications of your Grand Unification Theory on the cosmos? :D

At any rate, if you run a 64 bit CPU and Windows version, you can run AutoIt3_x64.exe, the 64 bit version of AutoIt.

:D

Damn. I don't have any 64 bit computers here. :)

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Damn. I don't have any 64 bit computers here. :D

Can you give an example of a number you are working with that won't fit in an IEEE Double Float (available in 32 bit AutoIt)?

:D


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http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=69013

All the information is in that post. As is the script.

Ah, so. I think you would be better off working in C++, where I believe there are specific libraries you can use that support extra-large number structures. Even if you coded such stuff in AutoIt, I would expect it to be intolerably slow for that kind of intensive calculations.

If you can code C++ to do the math, but want to work the interface in AutoIt, you might create a .dll or plug-in to call. There were other discussions of such things in the forums.

:D


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