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Default Compiler Integer read problem

why visual studio compiler storing hex value in integer datatype?

int num=64;

On Debug:
pentium D dual core reads:0x000040

Core2duo reads:64

Do i need to declare any compiler directive?
Will it cause any error in future?

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