> You either need to run on a newer system or use a language that can
> properly handle 64-bit numbers. C, Python, Ruby, Scala, Erlang, C#,
> etc.... none of them have problems with 64-bit ints.

Heck, Perl does it fine. I run TTYtter on a 32-bit system that runs a Perl
that's over 10 years old, and it's perfectly happy with bigints.

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