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April 11, 2007, 7:00 pm
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require that number be represented as chr(0x00)+chr(0x80), lest it be
seen as a negative number (the underlying data type can be used to
represent either positive or negative numbers).
What about SSH v1? Would SSH v1 represent 0x80 as chr(0x00)+chr(0x80)
or as just chr(0x80)? What about SSH v2?
I'm curious about it because... well, if they both use two different
schemes, then how is a multiple precision integer arithmetic library
supposed to know which one to use? I guess, ultimately, they'd just
have to pick one and it'd be up to the end user to convert stuff over
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