Answers for "how do i store a really big number?"
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The latest answers for the question "how do i store a really big number?"Answer by Larry-Dietz
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The traditional way to store very large numbers is with scientific notation.
For example, the number you mentioned in your question, could be stored as 1 × 10^21
Here is a link to an online scientific notation calculator. In addition to the calculator, they also explain how scientific notation works, and the steps needed to convert a large number to the notation, and how to convert back to the original number.
https://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/math/scientific-notation-converter.php
Hope it helps,
-LarryFri, 29 Dec 2017 18:01:44 GMTLarry-DietzAnswer by FlaSh-G
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> none of them worked
Just because you didn't get it to work does not mean it's not a (or the) proper way. Chaining ints would work very well.
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There is a struct named "BigInteger" in System.Numerics but you'd have to enable .NET 4.6 for that.Fri, 29 Dec 2017 18:01:07 GMTFlaSh-G