On 10/2/12 10:54 AM, Ian Clifton wrote:
> Barry Margolin <bar...@alum.mit.edu> writes:Aren't you going to run out of memory long before then? Perhaps there
>>> They are not "bigger", just more, err, "magnitudinous"!
>>> Bigger means, strictly, occupying more RAM. :)
>> It obviously depends on the context. I'm pretty sure he meant it in the
> I suppose it would be possible—not perhaps sensible, but possible—to
should be bignums with some kind of sparse-byte or runlength encoding.
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