InfInt is simply a lightweight large integer library which consists of a header file. So, all you have to do is to include the header file provided and start using huge integers in your applications.
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It is pretty straight forward to use the library. Just create an instance of InfInt class and start using it:
InfInt myint1 = "15432154865413186646848435184100510168404641560358"; InfInt myint2 = 156341300544608LL; myint1 *= --myint2 - 3; std::cout << myint1 << std::endl;
- intSqrt: integer square root operation
- digitAt: returns digit at index
- numberOfDigits: returns number of digits
- size: returns size in bytes
- toString: converts it to a string
There are also conversion methods which allow conversion to primitive types: toInt, toLong, toLongLong, toUnsignedInt, toUnsignedLong, toUnsignedLongLong.
You may define INFINT_USE_EXCEPTIONS and library methods will start raising InfIntException in case of error instead of writing error messages using std::cerr.