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GoForSmoke

math.h has 20-digit defines. Maybe math.h handles 64-bit variables?

To people 'at home' in their PC, embedded computing must be like waking up a tent. There is no running hot water or flush toilet and no place to plug in the hair dryer. But they keep looking around at rocks and trees as if there must be a socket somewhere.

I find it harder to express logic in English than in Code.
Sometimes an example says more than many times as many words.

j514

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there must be a socket somewhere


Indeed!  But I will digress to shifting bits if necessary.
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j514

This is working well now, thanks to all who responded !

J
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