This article applies to:

E-Prime 3.0

E-Prime 2.0

This item has been introduced in E-Prime 2.0 (Build 2.0.10.242).

Detail

The Int64 object provides a 64-bit integer representation of a number.**Methods**:

Add(lVal As Long)

Add(bigInt As Int64)

Assign(strVal As String)

Assign(lVal As Long)

Assign(Double dVal)

Assign(bigInt As Int64)

Assign(lHigh As Long, lLow As Long)

BitwiseAnd(lVal As Long)

BitwiseAnd(bigInt As Int64)

BitwiseOr(lVal As Long)

BitwiseOr(bigInt As Int64)

BitwiseXOr(lVal As Long)

BitwiseXOr(bigInt As Int64)

Decrement()

Divide(lVal As Long)

Divide(bigInt As Int64)

GetBytes(arrData() As Integer)

Increment()

LeftShift(shift As Integer)

Multiply(lVal As Long)

Multiply(bigInt As Int64)

RightShift(shift As Integer)

Subtract(lVal As Long)

Subtract(bigInt As Int64)**Functions**:

IsEven() As Boolean

IsOdd() As Boolean

IsZero() As Boolean

IsGreaterThan(bigInt As Int64) As Boolean

IsGreaterThanOrEqual(bigInt As Int64) As Boolean

IsLessThan(bigInt As Int64) As Boolean

IsLessThanOrEqual(bigInt As Int64) As Boolean

ToString(Optional radix As Integer) As String**Properties**:

ValueDouble() As Double

ValueHigh() As Long

ValueLow() As Long

Note that the use of Integer literals is discouraged with Assign(lHigh As Long, lLow As Long)as the low value can become corrupted. To use Assign(lHigh As Long, lLow As Long), first assign the desired values to Long variables, then pass those variables to the command.

For further information on scripting using E-Basic, please refer to the E-Prime Command Reference (https://pstnet.com/ecr).

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