Update: He's right about needing a fast Math::BigInt library, the perl-only versions are too slow. It's been about 2 hrs and no results yet.
You might also try and see if Math::BigInt::BitVect is available for Windows - although not as fast as GMP or Pari, they might speed it up ;)
Math::BigInt::Lite will make this hopefully a bit faster (since it is faster for small numbers), but it is not finished yet (see here)
Thanx for the fun, you guys rock ;)
If anybody wan't to chat to me about this, please drop me an email, I would love to ;)
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