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From: Richard Peters (r.a.peters_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-15 09:39:41

One note on portability: the example and test file compile under Visual C++
7.1 and gcc 3.2.2

best regards,

Richard Peters

----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Peters" <r.a.peters_at_[hidden]>

> Hello,
> A few months ago there was some discussion about an arbitrary magnitude
> integer library. I have now implemented such a library, which is located
> There are a few (incomplete) other libraries that provide the same kind of
> functionality. The main difference between this library and other
> is that this library uses expression templates to avoid the creation of
> temporary values, which when the values become large provide an increase
> performance.
> The library is not finished yet: most noticeably the test files are far
> complete, but there are also a few others things like the documentation
> looks a bit ugly. Also a to-do is replacing the core operations like
> addition and multiplication by more efficient ones, and provide options to
> use external libraries like GNU MP.
> I am presenting you already with this library though, to see if it meets
> desires for this kind of library, to see if there are things missing in
> library, and maybe get some help from other members interested in further
> developing this library.
> best regards,
> Richard Peters

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