Extending his work in Part I, Mahler now shows that the number of representations of a rational integer by a binary form is at most , where is any arbitrarily small positive constant.
Reprint of the author's paper [Math. Ann. 108, 37--55 (1933; Zbl 0006.15604; JFM 39.0269.01)]. For Part I see [Zbl 1465.11012].