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Hello!!! How can I print on the screen the __int 64 variable because the code like that: #include......... __int64 variable; int main() { varaible=987654321987; cout<>varaible; } but this dosen''t work.Why???? Thanx for answer and sorry for my Ugly english!!!!!!! Sopek

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sorry for this seccond post.
in the last post I was made a mistake. In the code should be:
__int64 v;
main()
{
v=658564564573;
cout<}

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quote:
Original post by sopek
F..k what happened!!!??? I was wrote that "cout<Sory!!!


Yet another good reason to usewhitespacetoenhancereadability.

cout << v; The board doesn''t interpret this as an opening HTML tag.


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Thanks to Kylotan for the idea!

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Use VS.NET, whose libraries have suitable overloads, or write overloads for the libraries you''re using at the moment.

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