C - copy characters ASCII value to 64bits integer

As we all know, each printable character has its ascii value. I'm trying to 8 characters' ascii value to 64 bits integer, but it only copies 32 bits. char * ch = "AAAABBBB"; unsigned long int i; //copy charater's ascii to 64 bits int memcpy(&i, ch, 8); printf("integer hold: 0x%x\n", i); Is there something wrong with this code? Output I expect was: integer hold: 0x4141414142424242 but output was: integer hold: 0x41414141
Turn up your warnings!

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