# "Integer128"(Compiled Type)

"Integer128"

represents a 128-bit machine integer atomic type specifier.

# Details

• "Integer128" can be used in Typed and related constructs to specify a type.
• An integer of type "Integer128" has a wider range than the machine integer expressions and has faster computation than software integer expressions.

# Properties

• Values held by "Integer128" range from -2127 to 2127-1.

# Conversions

### From Expressions

• Suitably sized Integer expressions can be converted into compiled code elements with the type "Integer128".
• ### To Expressions

• "Integer128" compiled elements can be converted into Integer expressions.
• ### Arithmetic

• "Integer128" compiled elements are automatically promoted to real or complex elements when they are combined in binary arithmetic operations.
• Compiled elements with types smaller than "Integer128" are automatically promoted to "Integer128" when they are combined in binary arithmetic operations.
• "Integer128" compiled elements are automatically promoted to "UnsignedInteger128" elements when they are combined in binary arithmetic operations.

# Runtime Errors

### Overflow

• "Integer128" can give a runtime error if it is used in an operation that overflows.

# Examples

## Basic Examples(4)

"Integer128" can be used as an input and output from a CompiledCodeFunction:

An overflow causes an error while running the function. The computation is terminated, a message is issued and the Wolfram Engine is used to compute the result:

The "Integer128" argument is automatically promoted when combined with a real number:

When an "Integer128" argument is combined with an integer of a smaller storage size, the smaller type is automatically promoted:

The "Integer128" argument is automatically promoted when combined with an unsigned integer of the same storage size:

Computations with "Integer128" can work with integers that exceed the size of machine integer expressions:

The result was not a machine integer expression: