/* mpz_init_set_str(string, base) -- Convert the \0-terminated string STRING in
base BASE to a multiple precision integer. Allow white space in the string.
If BASE == 0 determine the base in the C standard way, i.e. 0xhh...h means
base 16, 0oo...o means base 8, otherwise assume base 10.
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#include "gmp-impl.h"
int
mpz_init_set_str (mpz_ptr x, const char *str, int base)
{
static const mp_limb_t dummy_limb=0xc1a0;
ALLOC (x) = 0;
PTR (x) = (mp_ptr) &dummy_limb;
/* if str has no digits mpz_set_str leaves x->_mp_size unset */
SIZ (x) = 0;
return mpz_set_str (x, str, base);
}