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I am parsing json that contains 64-bit numbers. The chilkat json objects contain methods to get int (32-bit) values, but I don't see a good way to get larger numbers. Is there a recommended/built-in way to do this?

Notes: Just wanted to add that I currently use stringOf() and just convert the string to a number, just wanted to know if you have a built in method similar to Intof() or are planning on adding something like this in the future.

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asked Mar 09 '17 at 10:19

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edited Mar 09 '17 at 11:26


For now, the solution of using stringOf() to get the decimal string and then converting to an int64 is the best option.

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answered Mar 09 '17 at 13:02

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