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Binary Formats
--------------
- .. note::
+.. note::
- Due to the way of handling "big" numbers by some platforms (such as
- JavaScript, for example), wherever the following specification mentions
- a 64-bit value, the actual implementations are strongly advised to rely on
- arithmetic up to 53 bits.
+ Due to the way of handling "big" numbers by some platforms (such as
+ JavaScript, for example), wherever the following specification mentions
+ a 64-bit value, the actual implementations are strongly advised to rely on
+ arithmetic up to 53 bits.
- .. note::
+.. note::
- Taler uses ``libgnunetutil`` for interfacing itself with the operating system,
- doing crypto work, and other "low level" actions, therefore it is strongly
- connected with the `GNUnet project <https://gnunet.org>`_.
+ Taler uses ``libgnunetutil`` for interfacing itself with the operating system,
+ doing crypto work, and other "low level" actions, therefore it is strongly
+ connected with the `GNUnet project <https://gnunet.org>`_.
This section specifies the binary representation of messages used in Taler's
protocols. The message formats are given in a C-style pseudocode notation.