why did you choose the programming language(s)you currently use?

Paul Rubin http
Tue Jul 14 20:47:08 CEST 2009


Mensanator <mensanator at aol.com> writes:
> - unlimited precision integers
> - easy to program
> - IDE not required
> - reasonable speed
> - math library needs to include number theoretic functions
>   like GCD, LCM, Modular Inverse, etc.
> - not fucking retarded like F#

Have you looked at Haskell?

> As for negatives, the GMP library doesn't factor.

Maybe with some MIRACL bindings...



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