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Author Alex Groce
Recipients Alex Groce, r.david.murray
Date 2016-08-26.21:54:46
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I mean a Python long.  GMP mpz (via gmpy2) is supposed to be "drop-in" replacement, but it's choice to handle 0 << N even if N is too large to allocate (since you get back a 1-bit number, 0) seems reasonable, if not required for correct behavior.  If this is by design, it seems reasonable (if the zero check is considered too expensive, for example).
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