Title: **Uint64 operations**

Post by:**Andy** on **August 20, 2017, 05:28:44 am**

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After a long long time, and with a lot of help I've amended some of Fasecero's C library import code for Uint64's - and added some useful functions from my Stringmap library.

This include file gives us a good working start point for Uint64 variables.

If you study the include file you will be able to see the commands and what they do, pretty straight forward really.

It also addresses how we can get a user to enter a uint64 number - without the q added to it.

You can do the following:

Turn a string into a uint64 - and reverse

Add two uint64's together

Subtract two uint64's

Convert uint64 to hex - and reverse

Convert uint64 to a base number

Find the Mid$ of a number

Plus the usual operators, <, <=, >, >=, <>, =.

A good starting point I think.

Andy.

This include file gives us a good working start point for Uint64 variables.

If you study the include file you will be able to see the commands and what they do, pretty straight forward really.

It also addresses how we can get a user to enter a uint64 number - without the q added to it.

You can do the following:

Turn a string into a uint64 - and reverse

Add two uint64's together

Subtract two uint64's

Convert uint64 to hex - and reverse

Convert uint64 to a base number

Find the Mid$ of a number

Plus the usual operators, <, <=, >, >=, <>, =.

A good starting point I think.

Andy.