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Re^4: bigint == horrible performance?

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on Nov 08, 2011 at 15:38 UTC ( #936816=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: bigint == horrible performance?
in thread bigint == horrible performance?

salva produces great code and enthusiastically maintains and extends his modules at the drop of a hat.

Indeed, Math::Int128 came about because I asked a simple question here, and he offered to write one.

And lo, two days later it was so.

If the module is giving you problems, help him to help you. You will not regret the effort.


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[james28909]: i was more or less using a caveman to get the point across. we come from single cell organisms, and are now preparing to try to inhabit another planet. (please save me the morality of it lol)
[holli]: it's a german place. -tal is correct. the h is just a concession for hipsters ;-)
[erix]: haha
[erix]: I'll go with the hipsters this once ;)
[LanX]: the name is older than orthography and pronouncing standards ... which is normally the case, not many foundations after mid 19th century
[erix]: you hear, holli? :P
[holli]: I like the Hipster theorem better
erix scratches his beard
shmem .oO( alternative facts... )
[LanX]: famous exception of fixed orthography is "Thron" (throne) which should be written without h but the Kaiser objected in this case :)

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