|Subject||Re: [IB-Architect] Re: 32-bit integers|
>> Of course, INTEGER is still 32-bit in dialect 3.I think Int64 is a programming type - to differentiate it from the usual
>> The only thing I don't understand is why INT64 datatype
>> can't be used directly, but only via NUMECIC(18) (or like this).
>> Can somebody explain why?
32-bit Integer. It is a pretty standard term which I have encountered in
several other manuals.
But note also, that Int64 does not appear in the New keywords (page 25,
Getting started), so it is pretty clear that Int64 is not an Interbase term.