I'd like to implement a big int class in C++ as a programming exercise—a class that can handle numbers bigger than a long int. I know that there are several open source implementations out ther...
Currently I am borrowing java.math.BigInteger from the J# libraries as described here. Having never used a library for working with large integers before, this seems slow, on the order of 10 times slo...
What is the best way to handle large numeric inputs in C++ (for example 10^100)? For algorithms I usually switch over to ruby and I sometimes use strings. Any other good methods?
I've been considering fast poker hand evaluation in Python. It occurred to me that one way to speed the process up would be to represent all the card faces and suits as prime numbers and multiply them...
Is there an equivalent to Java's BigInteger class in Swift? I am tying to do large calculations in Swift with positive integers larger than UInt64's maximum number. What is the best way to handle thes...
Problem: Generate large binary strings (length 2000+). Do it quickly, as this generateRandom() function will be called 300,000 times in the algorithm. Attempted Solutions: Generate 3 or 4 binary num...
I'm trying to work through the problems on projecteuler.net but I keep running into a couple of problems. The first is a question of storing large quanities of elements in a List<t>. I keep get...
I need to write an algorithm(I cannot use any 3rd party library, because this is an assignment) to divide(integer division, floating parts are not important) very large numbers like 100 - 1000 digits...
I am trying to calculate 1 + 1 * 2 + 1 * 2 * 3 + 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 + ... + 1 * 2 * ... * n where n is the user input. It works for values of n up to 12. I want to calculate the sum for n = 13, n = 14 and ...
I tried to find the factorial of a large number e.g. 8785856 in a typical way using for-loop and double data type. But it is displaying infinity as the result, may be because it is exceeding its limi...