I think this may be more of a math problem then anything else; the problem is trying to use C++ code to do the math that I need. I'm trying to overload the * operator so I can multiply 2 objects of the same class. The class is called "HugeInt" and it's basically what it is, which allows me to go beyond the 4 billion limit of "double" in a 32-bit machine. But for the life of me I can't figure out how to multiply arrays. The addition part was easy, but multiplication just doesn't want to work for me. Anyway, here is the code

If the code is absolutely sloppy, I apologize for that. Thanks for any helpCode:HugeInt HugeInt::operator *( const HugeInt &op2 ) const { HugeInt tempMultiply; // temporary result int carryMultiply = 0; for ( int i = 29; i >= 0; i-- ) { tempMultiply.integer[ i ] = integer[ i ] * op2.integer[ i ] + carryMultiply; //determine whether to carry a 1 if ( tempMultiply.integer[ i ] > 9 ) { tempMultiply.integer[ i ] %= 10; // reduce to 0-9 carryMultiply = 1; } // end if else // no carry carryMultiply = 0; } // end inner for return tempMultiply; }