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5.4.2 Long Integers

Long integer constants are created by appending the suffix `` l'' or `` L'' (upper- or lower-case alphabetic L) to a decimal integer. For example, 0L is the long zero. Either the upper or lower-case ``L'' may be used, but upper-case is the convention for readability.

Fred G. Martin
Fri Mar 29 17:44:15 EST 1996