## digitalmars.D - Re: Wish: Variable Not Used Warning

Era Scarecrow <rtcvb32 yahoo.com> writes:
``` superdan Wrote:
a / b is never larger than a (cept for signed/unsigned

a = -10; b = -5

result is -15, done on a simple calculator (unless Win32 Calc.exe is wrong)

Wow, this just reminds me how much i perfer using non-signed numbers for all
my personal work.

This reminds me, just as a little question nothing big. Is there a BigInt
class we're suppose to be using or that's for D? (Besides trunk, that one there
was talk of not being sure about the license.)

```
Jul 11 2008
Markus Koskimies <markus reaaliaika.net> writes:
```On Fri, 11 Jul 2008 13:04:04 -0700, Era Scarecrow wrote:

superdan Wrote:
a / b is never larger than a (cept for signed/unsigned

a = -10; b = -5

result is -15, done on a simple calculator (unless Win32 Calc.exe is
wrong)

\$ python -c "print -10/-5"
2
\$
```
Jul 11 2008
Bill Baxter <dnewsgroup billbaxter.com> writes:
```Era Scarecrow wrote:
superdan Wrote:
a / b is never larger than a (cept for signed/unsigned

a = -10; b = -5

result is -15, done on a simple calculator (unless Win32 Calc.exe is wrong)

Uhh, I think your method of entry was wrong.  It's +2.
Y'know I don't think this problem was meant to require a calculator...

--bb
```
Jul 11 2008
Robert Fraser <fraserofthenight gmail.com> writes:
```Era Scarecrow Wrote:

superdan Wrote:
a / b is never larger than a (cept for signed/unsigned

a = -10; b = -5

result is -15, done on a simple calculator (unless Win32 Calc.exe is wrong)

You sure you're not using one of these calc.exe versions?:

http://thedailywtf.com/Articles/OMG-Finalist-Week-Conclusion--Voting.aspx
```
Jul 11 2008