Charles, does this mean passing integers as a quad parameter? is there any other limitation regarding this?

Because as far as i know, 3434234233 does not overflow a 32 bit value.... i looked at my code and it already

handles big integers nicely, but taking "big" a number exceeding 4294967295.

Also taking in account that it works with 1 parameter but fails with two, tells me there may be something else

in this... specially because this works:

`quad v = 0`

SFUNC5(v+3434234233)

While this:

`FUNCTION SFUNC5(quad v1, v2) as quad`

if (v1 = 3434234233) then

print "SUCCESS" chr(13, 10)

ELSE

print "FAILURE" chr(13, 10)

end if

end function

quad v = 0

SFUNC5(v+3434234233, v)

Complains about this:

`ERROR: parameters mismatch for procedure sfunc5`

params given : #long@_

OPTIONS:

sfunc5(quad,quad) returns quad

And this fixes all:

`SFUNC5(quad (3434234233), quad 2+2)`

Another question: Is there a chance to support BYCOPY with big numbers so that Oxygen creates a temporary

quad variable to pass it as a non-literal number? currently this appears to have no effect... so, i will temporarily

use quad as some sort of bycopy.