20100910, 16:13  #1 
7·17^{2} Posts 
GWNUM?
What is a GWNUM, and what does it stand for? It sounds familiar, but I can't seem to find what it is and what it stands for.

20100910, 19:18  #2 
A Sunny Moo
Aug 2007
USA (GMT5)
3·2,083 Posts 
gwnum is the math library at the heart of Prime95 that does the actual math calculations. The rest (GUI, PrimeNet code, etc.) is effectively the icing on the cake. gwnum is also used in the programs PFGW and LLR (which specialize primarily in nonMersenne numbers).

20100910, 19:30  #3 
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20100912, 19:52  #4 
Oct 2006
Rosario, Argentina
37 Posts 
Also may be George Woltman Number Utility Math

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