Mon May 19 16:45:07 CEST 2003
On Monday, May 19, 2003, at 03:11 PM, Pierpaolo BERNARDI wrote:
> From: "Sean Hinde" <sean.hinde@REDACTED>
>> For a bit of light relief I figured it would be fun to make an ssh
>> client in Erlang. I figured that with such good bignum support it
>> wouldn't be too tricky. So. has anyone any good ideas how to
> What do you mean with "calculate"?
> That number, if expressed in decimal has 3.9×10^99 digits.
> The universe is not big enough to contain all these digits. 8-)
> Why do you think you need to calculate this number to implement ssh
> (I don't know the details of ssh)? Note that if you need to calculate
> 2^BigNumber mod ReasonableNumber, then there's no need to
> calculate 2^BigNumber.
Aha! Any pointers on how to do this?
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