- n. mathematics Plural form of integer.
“It should be noted that the “difficulty” of factoring integers is literally a matter of faith.”
“Even if the time to call parseInt () or object. getAttribute (“foo”) is negligible, I would much rather have my integers as integers from the beginning, or write “object. foo”.”
“That it has a * representation* that uses integers is for the most part an irrelevant implementation detail.”
“This just contains a long list of integers, which is is useful in many situations.”
“A key application in which quantum computers might excel over their traditional counterparts is the factoring of very large integers, which is the basis of the widely used public-key cryptography framework known as RSA.”
“Templates are literally code templates with parameters, that the compiler fills in with values at compile time and, so the values can be normal values such as integers - or types - or other templates to generate syntactic constructs such as classes and functions.”
“Interestingly enough, during the Vietnam War, both Henry Kissinger and Robert McNamara used the term "integers" to describe those civilian deaths that they preferred not to have publicized as human beings.”
“What you need to remember is that if you want to make a copy of a list or such kinds of sequences or complex objects (not simple objects such as integers), then you have to use the slicing operation to make a copy.”
“And to be really precise, the integers are an example of a Noetherian ring, a concept that is too complex for this post.)”
“He had shown that if there are certain things called 'integers', defined as he had defined them, the whole of arithmetic follows.”
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Types and sets of numbers
Periodically found on Let's Panic About Babies. (Excellent site.)
Looking for tweets for integers.