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Tip: Use the Math.BigMul Method to Find Multiple Large Integers

System.Math provides the BigMul method for cases where you have to find the product of two large integers.


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System.Math provides the BigMul method for cases where you have to find the product of two large integer numerals that may result in a value that would cause an System.Overflow Exception. The BigMul method returns a long number, which avoids the overflow.

System.Int32 i = 245525352;
System.Int32 j = 245552352;
System.Int32 k = 0;

//This one will work
var result = System.Math.BigMul(i, j);
//This one will throw Arithmetic overflow exception
k = i * j;

 

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