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    How to use flint library in visual studio 2013

    Hi
    i am beginner in c++ i need to use big integer multiplication in my code
    So i decided to use FLINT library in my visual studio 2013 but i dont no how to use this
    http://www.flintlib.org/features.html

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    Re: How to use flint library in visual studio 2013

    There are the contact addresses at the bottom of the site you referred to. Why not to ask there?
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    Re: How to use flint library in visual studio 2013

    See http://www.flintlib.org/flint-2.5.pdf

    Chapter 5 states that Flint 2.5 requires VS 2015, together with Python 3 and Python Tools for VS2015. Earlier versions of Flint do not reference usage under Visual Studio.
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