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I'm seeing int(s) take about 1.5ms, which doesn't seem that slow, and is about 500x faster than str(n): http://aleph.sagemath.org/?q=3a483609-1c61-490a-bfa7-07dfe2fc484d

I'm seeing int(s) take about 1.5ms, which doesn't seem that slow, and is about 500x faster than str(n): http://aleph.sagemath.org/?q=3a483609-1c61-490a-bfa7-07dfe2fc484d

Wait, there is a big problem in my timing code.

I'm seeing int(s) take about 1.5ms, which doesn't seem that slow, and a long time, but Integer(s) is about 500x faster than str(n): http://aleph.sagemath.org/?q=3a483609-1c61-490a-bfa7-07dfe2fc484drelatively quick: http://aleph.sagemath.org/?q=3ddbbfe6-0640-4700-bef4-1ead8214737c

Wait, there is a big problem in my timing code.

I'm seeing int(s) take a long time, but Integer(s) is relatively quick: http://aleph.sagemath.org/?q=3ddbbfe6-0640-4700-bef4-1ead8214737c

On my computer, Sage's Integer(s) talks about half the time that Mathematica's ToExpression[s] takes.