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Why is the largest signed 32 bit integer prime?
Thank you so much! |
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Why is the largest signed 32 bit integer prime?
That would suggest the largest unsigned value for a 'sufficiently large storage class' may be a decent prime candidate -- more or less Fermat's conjecture mentioned above for sufficiently large n. |
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Why is the largest signed 32 bit integer prime?
Thanks. Yes, I think that's fair. I now even feel a little silly about the question, as vaguely worded as it is. Thanks for the patience... |
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Why is the largest signed 32 bit integer prime?
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Why is the largest signed 32 bit integer prime?
Thanks, good point. |
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