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#17311 - 09/24/03 02:29 PM how to overcome this limitation of c?pleas help!!  
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hi...we are a group of students working on a public-key encryption project using rsa-oaep scheme.we are using redhat linux 9 as our os-platform and c as the back-end programming language.the problem is that we need integers greater than 2^64(say 2^512 or 2^1024 etc.) for working...crossing way beyond the maximum limit of the c-compiler.how do we overcome the problem?

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#17312 - 09/24/03 11:37 PM Re: how to overcome this limitation of c?pleas help!!  
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Try useing the GMP library located here : http://www.swox.com/gmp/

Take a look at the Integer Functions , Initializing Integers and Assigning Integers .

Hope this will help you and your project.

Regards,
DG.


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