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[algogeeks] Re: MODULUS Don Tue Feb 21 08:00:42 2012

A 32-bit integer can not store numbers that large, so you need to use
something with more than 32 bits. For your example, a 64-bit integer
should work. Try using type "long long int". Some compilers call it

If you need something larger than your compiler provides, you can use
an extended precision library such as NTL.


On Feb 21, 8:40 am, Anurag Gupta <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> how can we take mod by a very large number
> for example 10000000000283
> int mod = 10000000000283;
> ans % mod
> is not working
> Please Help

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