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tinybignumc

How to calculate large factorial number in C ?
Large? Factorials get very large very quickly. Do you need pointers to a bignum library? https://github.com/kokke/tinybignumc

Library for arithmetic operations on integers represented by arrays
tinybignumc looks what you want.... the code is also very small and hackable
What are some alternatives?
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