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Hah, good one!

By doubling the leading 0, you converted this to 0 x 99200308 ; that is, a string of nearly 100,000,000 zeros. 0x99200308 will be better behaved :-)

After Compline,

In reply to Re: How to burn 100 megabytes in one line and still get the wrong answer by Zaxo
in thread How to burn 100 megabytes in one line and still get the wrong answer by zude

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