HP Prime: Long integers (continued)



#2

This is probably related to an earlier post a while back about long integers,

exact(1e14)=1
Really?


#3

Quote:
This is probably related to an earlier post a while back about long integers,
exact(1e14)=1
Really?


I am getting similar results for larger exponents (in CAS mode and non-CAS mode). The cut-off appears to be 1E14, though.


#4

Yes, anything greater than 1e14 exhibits this behavior with exact().

approx() seems to be OK, though (regardless of the magnitude of the argument).


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