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`In JavaScript I would like to create the binary hash of a large boolean array (54 elements) with the following method:  function bhash(arr) {    for (var i = 0, L = arr.length, sum = 0; i < L; sum += Math.pow(2,i)*arr[i++]);     return sum; }...`
`I'm working on the Project Euler problems (currently question 13).  For this question I have to find the first 10 digits of the sum of 100 numbers all of a size similar to this:  91,942,213,363,574,161,572,522,430,563,301,811,072,406,154,908,25...`
`I need to convert a string to BigInt like BigInteger in Javascript  Example  var reqId = "78099864177253771992779766288266836166272662"; var result = parseInt(reqId); document.write(result);   Resultant value not matching since JavaScript onl...`
`How to from a JavaScript String, assuming that it will be converted to base 2 number representation, get length of it?  var a = "272536128346512928170680631080519528229146964434271410085551421233166821449322540716328336885932620456894930082416553...`
`I'm currently making my own BigInt class, by splitting numbers by 7 digits. (i.e. in base 10,000,000)  I implemented addition, subtraction, and multiplication, and now I'm implementing division and mod. I wrote a code that performs division b...`
`I'm trying to implement a BigInt type in JavaScript using an array of integers. For now each one has an upper-bound of 256. I've finished implementing all integer operations, but I can't figure out how to convert the BigInt to its string...`
`In Java, I can get a BigInteger from a String like this:  public static void main(String[] args) {     String input = "banana";     byte[] bytes = input.getBytes(StandardCharsets.UTF_8);     BigInteger bigInteger = new BigInteger(bytes);...`
`I hope I'm overthinking this and there's an obvious solution.  From the API (GET statuses/user_timeline)     max_id - Returns results with an ID less than (that is, older than) or equal to the specified ID.   "or equal to" means it wi...`
`I thought the max integer value for javascript was 2^53, but when I do the following:    parseInt(Math.pow(2, 53)) + 10   I correctly get 9007199254741002   (= 9007199254740992 + 10)   Why is that? I want to use a bigint.js library only if the number...`