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Ugochukwu Mmaduekwe

Which version of Delphi was StrToUInt64 introduced in

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I read somewhere online (can't remember where exactly), that StrToUInt64 was buggy in the first version it was released and was fixed in the next compiler release.

Anyone have additional information regarding this, (that is what version of Delphi it was first available in and hopefully the version the said bug was fixed in)?

 

Thanks.

Edited by Ugochukwu Mmaduekwe
corrected question.

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There is no such function in the RTL, its called UIntToStr and has two overloads for Cardinal and UInt64 - it's there at least since Delphi XE and works there as far as I can tell.

 

I don't immediately remember a bug with that function (which does not mean anything) - but I know there was a bug with the opposite related to System.Val which was fixed in XE4 - see https://stackoverflow.com/q/6077258/587106

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33 minutes ago, Stefan Glienke said:

There is no such function in the RTL, its called UIntToStr and has two overloads for Cardinal and UInt64 - it's there at least since Delphi XE and works there as far as I can tell.

 

I don't immediately remember a bug with that function (which does not mean anything) - but I know there was a bug with the opposite related to System.Val which was fixed in XE4 - see https://stackoverflow.com/q/6077258/58710

Thanks for replying.

Sorry, I feel very stupid, my question was regarding StrToUInt64.

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