I'm using a list of boolean flags to indicate primenumbers by index
This works fine for lists up to 2 billion entries but as soon as I set the size of the list (tbits.size) to high(integer
) I get an access violation when I try to set the flags, like so:
for d := 0 to list.size-1 do list[d] := true;
Where d is a local variable of type integer
As an added bonus when I trace throught the code up to the point where the exception occurs the evaluator claims that d is an undeclared identifier this bit of strangeness can be avoided by making d global instead of local this however does not fix the access violation-issue. I use Delphi XE on Wondows 7 x64 SP1. Access violation would sugest a nil-pointer but I checked and the object is created fine. Any ideas anybody.