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Basic: hyper and unsigned hyper

asked 2016-12-09 18:07:54 +0200

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updated 2016-12-09 18:16:17 +0200

In Basic for the CreateUnoValue function, what do the types "hyper" and "unsigned hyper" refer to?

I am familiar with the other valid types: void, char, boolean, byte, short, unsigned short, long, unsigned long, float, double, string, type, and any, but hyper is new to me.

At first I thought it might be for "hyperlink", but then what is an "unsigned hyperlink"??

Usage is something like this: CreateUnoValue([type string], [number or array]) e.g.

v = CreateUnoValue("byte", 10) .
v = CreateUnoValue("hyper", ??) .
v = CreateUnoValue("unsigned hyper", ??) .

Please see page 250 of Andrew Pitonyak's book, Macros Explained which makes reference to it.

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answered 2016-12-09 18:33:06 +0200

peterwt gravatar image

Microsoft defines hyper - "The keyword hyper indicates a 64-bit integer that can be declared as either signed or unsigned."

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answered 2016-12-09 18:35:03 +0200

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hyper is a 64-bit integer type and it appears it isn't available in "Basic" - see this page.

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How paltry is that, Integers limited to maxsize 2^64-1 →→ 18446744073709551615

karolus gravatar imagekarolus ( 2016-12-10 00:11:32 +0200 )edit

Makes you want to quit coding.

Ratslinger gravatar imageRatslinger ( 2016-12-10 01:14:09 +0200 )edit
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