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Hello,

Our ASP script which has worked well for years just died. The reason was because it had a cInt function trying to convert a number that grew to be above 32767 (the limit for an integer).

So, it failed with an Overflow error.

So, the number is too high for cInt. How come there is no cLong function, or something else that can convert huge numbers?

Thanks,
Steve
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