Re: I need big integer library.

From: John Harrison (
Date: 10/28/04

Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 10:50:54 +0100

"Mike Leepman" <> wrote in message
> Hello all programmers.
> I need use very big integer (128, 256 and more bit length) in my
> program. Do anyone known where is free (or not free) library for
> support this integer?
> Many thanks.
> Mike.

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