Storing a list in an int

Python’s default ints, unlike in C, Rust or Go, are of arbitrary size.1,2 What that means is there’s no absolute maximum value your ints can store. They’ll grow as long as they fit in memory. For example, you can open python3 and run the following. So a normal, every-day int in python can easily storeContinue reading “Storing a list in an int”