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> How does BigMath compare to other
> similar libraries such as GNU MP? Any
> particular advantages?
The primary reason I wrote BigMath instead of using GNU MP
was because I needed these features to be compiled into a
kernel extension, and GNU MP did not lend itself towards that
I'm no mathematician, but if there's some additional algorithm
that you want added, I'm more than willing to attempt to do so.
Just let me know.