How can I reversibly combing two very large numbers, such as 9,828,485,546,536,174,656,640,115,183 and 43,044,700,185? I need them to be combined into a single number, and the order of the numbers must be remained intact, so being required to flip them would be unfavorable, but I could just add a 0 or 1 at the front or end to specify whether or not the numbers had been flipped if I had too.
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