Integers, EVE and Medical Issues

February 25, 2004 – 1:12

PHP Integers are really getting on my nerves at the moment, it seems that anything more than 32-bits is just plain not supported in PHP… to be honest that is awful… that is the most apauling degree of accuracy I have come across since BASIC. Oh well never mind rant over.

I am having lots of fun playing EVE and writing my dissertation, it is quite interesting researching the history of MMOGs, something that facinates me while being technical and worthy of a dissertation. Need to crack on with the dissertation bit though 5 days to go… should be fine, pleanty of time.

My stomach seems to be a lot better recently, I havnt had the same acid indegestion problems that I have been having the last week or so, I am still going to talk to the doctor see if there is anything that they can do by way of investigating what the problem might be. I am petrified it might be something serious or not even something serous… just something that would cause me to have to go onto a special diet… its hard enough work not eating meat products and still making interesting food without having to avoid other ingredients too… we will see.

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    1. 2 Responses to “Integers, EVE and Medical Issues”

    2. The following should help:

      permissions.iOr.int64 = true
      INT TYPE=’changetype(64)’

      I know what you mean though, BASIC was totally the dark ages, and we don’t want to be back there again! I’m talking 8-bit file access, 16 colour, Times New Roman, and it aint pretty :roll:

      Also I see you’re into Kings of Chaos… Mate, check out my army “Da_DarKNess”. I’m finding the 3rd age a total blast, bring on the invisible warriors, those spies of the night!!

      As for the special diet, keep it up! I’ve heard Rennie is great. You know what they say:

      When you’re feeling down and your arse is about to explode. Reach for Rennie, it’ll settle any stomach.

      Anyhow, I hope the PHP goes ok.

      The_Darkness V.2.0 😈

      By The_Darkness V.2.0 on Feb 22, 2004

    3. Hey cheers for the tip, I actually resolved it by using the GMP library but I will look into your suggestion as the GMP library is an external library. If you or anyone else KoC inclined reads this then feel free to post your unique links and I will ad them to my daily click list 🙂

      By Richard Slater on Feb 25, 2004

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