long C# with Example



long C# with Example

The long keyword is used to represent signed 64-bit integers. It is an alias for the System.Int64 datatype present in 
mscorlib.dll, which is implicitly referenced by every C# project when you create them. 
Any long variable can be declared both explicitly and implicitly: 
long long1 = 9223372036854775806; // explicit declaration, long keyword used 
var long2 = -9223372036854775806L; // implicit declaration, 'L' suffix used 
A long variable can hold any value from –9,223,372,036,854,775,808 to 9,223,372,036,854,775,807, and can be 
useful in situations which a variable must hold a value that exceeds the bounds of what other variables (such as the 
int variable) can hold. 

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