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deXo-fan25-Feb-18 3:58
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Thank you for the very quick and useful reply. I'm using Visual Studio 2017. What I meant was that when I type "__int128" it turns blue as if it were a native, intrinsic type like int or char. I didn't know it was a struct.

What is a "soft-float"? And can you elaborate a little on why it is slow?
Also, it seemed you wanted to emphasize on the 32bit when you wrote this:

long long in 32bit C++ code, (u)long in C# running as 32bit code


Does that mean the types behave differently or are somehow different, for instance in size, when I either compile a program as 64-bit or run it as 64-bit rather than 32-bit?
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