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From: Richard Jones <rich@a...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Miller-Rabin primality test

To save me writing this over again, does someone have an
implementation of a probabilistic primality test in Ocaml?

Assuming I have to write one, is the 'Nat' module the best (ie.  most
mature) way to represent natural numbers in Ocaml? Or is there some
other module I ought to be using instead?

Thanks,

Rich.

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