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the range of a unsigned 32-bit integer?

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is the range of a unsigned 32-bit integer from 0 to 2^31-1 ?
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2^32-1 if unsigned
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Isn't this one of those implementation defined constants?  
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by:Fearum
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It's 0..4294967295
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So no, it is not.

The range is 2^32-1.
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Fearum, you have been here long enough to know not to block or lock questions.   You may be right, but that is up to the User to decide, if he/she  uses you comment as an answer, then good for you.

I must reject the proposed answer and return it to the active question listin.

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Even it the answer Fearum gave is right, IT'S EXACTLY WHAT IanHere posted several hours ago.
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by:AssafLavie
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yes.

To find out programmatically you can use:

#include <limits>
main
{
cout << "limit of unisgned int" << std::numeric_limits<unsigned int>::max();
};
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by:Trou
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I found it out from one book.But in my opinion  the range  is 0-2^32-1,or 0-0ffffffffh.

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