orange_batch wrote:Everything has a limit, but if the numbers someone is working with are in range then how high the limit is is irrelevant.
that's why i say, you will never know. how would you know that tomorrow you won't be working with big numbers?
It's funny, this is a DOS forum, but should we be helping with DOS or egging people away from it?
Yes, this is DOS (batch) forum, but all i did was point out something that is a fact, that the code breaks on big numbers (which is also not that big).
And i recommended to use tools that are better (a lot) suited for the job, without having to think up obscure workarounds (that doesn't work)
Also, which of those languages do you recommend most?
I do have my personal favourites (one of the "P"s) , but to do a recommendation here is not appropriate. This is because human beings are different. You will have to experience those programming languages to find out your own personal preferences.