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Old 09-17-2010, 08:34 PM   #1
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Bignum library and 'BN_ULONG' macro: Not declared in bignum.h!


I recently was pointed to http://dl.fefe.de/bignum.pdf in another thread and ran into a problem: What header file do I need to download to write the code in the documentation? Apparently no 'bignum.h' file on the Internet declares the "BN_ULONG" macro or "BN_BITS2" bit chunks.
 
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It doesn't answer you question but you might want to look at The GMP library
 
  


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