UINTEGER


Standard data type: 32-bit or 64-bit unsigned, same size as SizeOf(Any Ptr).
Equivalent to Unsigned Integer.

Syntax:
dim variable as Uinteger
dim variable as Uinteger<bits>

Parameters:
bits
A numeric constant expression indicating the size in bits of unsigned integer desired. The values allowed are 8, 16, 32 or 64.

Description:
32-bit or 64-bit unsigned whole-number data type, depending on the platform.

If an explicit bit size is given, a data type is provided that can hold values from 0 up to (1ULL Shl (bits)) - 1. The selected data type is UByte for UInteger<8>, UShort for UInteger<16>, ULong for UInteger<32> and ULongInt for UInteger<64>.

Examples:
#if __FB_64BIT__
    Dim x As UInteger = 0
    Dim y As UInteger = &HFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
    Print "UInteger Range = "; x; " to "; y
#else
    Dim x As UInteger = 0
    Dim y As UInteger = &HFFFFFFFF
    Print "UInteger Range = "; x; " to "; y
#endif


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