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Comment from User:TuxCrafting from Talk:bitch
This is provided here because this is quite important.
The provided implementation has a 63-bit accumulator and bit-storage, which is pretty small, and Java has builtin bigints so you might want to use that. Also, according to this StackExchange answer, a 2-stack Push-down automaton, which might be emulated using the accumulator and bit-storage, is equivalent to a turing machine. So this could be a possible way of proving TCness. Although the lack of nested loops might be a problem. TuxCrafting
I'll get round to adding arbitrary precision support eventually but right now I can't be bothered.
I'll leave this here to remind me to get round to it.
In regards to the Push-down automaton, I'll have a look at that later. - Helen (talk) 15:08, 17 April 2019 (UTC)