Programming Language: Golang

Namespace/Package Name: math/big

Class/Type: Int

Method/Function: Set

Examples at hotexamples.com: 30

The "math/big" package library in Go provides the "Int" set type for working with large integer values that can't be represented by the built-in int type. This package provides methods for performing arithmetic, bitwise, and comparison operations on large integers.

For example, if we want to create a Set of integers using the "Int" type, we can use the following code:

In this example, we create a map of pointers to big.Int values and set the values to true. We then use the big.NewInt function to create a new big.Int value for each integer we want to add to the set.

Another example of using the "Int" type in the "math/big" package is performing a multiplication operation using the "Mul" method:

For example, if we want to create a Set of integers using the "Int" type, we can use the following code:

package main import ( "fmt" "math/big" ) func main() { set := make(map[*big.Int]bool) set[big.NewInt(10)] = true set[big.NewInt(20)] = true set[big.NewInt(30)] = true fmt.Println(set) }

In this example, we create a map of pointers to big.Int values and set the values to true. We then use the big.NewInt function to create a new big.Int value for each integer we want to add to the set.

Another example of using the "Int" type in the "math/big" package is performing a multiplication operation using the "Mul" method:

package main import ( "fmt" "math/big" ) func main() { a := big.NewInt(123456789) b := big.NewInt(987654321) c := big.NewInt(0) c.Mul(a, b) fmt.Println(c) }In this example, we create two big.Int values and use the "Mul" method to multiply them together. The result is stored in another big.Int value called "c" and then printed to the console. Therefore, the "math/big" package library in Go is used for working with large integer values and providing methods for performing arithmetic, bitwise, and comparison operations on those values.

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