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RSA algorithm in C++

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I need C++ source code for the RSA algorithm. I want it to operate on small numbers, which would demonstrate how the algorithm works.
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SSLEAY, from http://www2.psy.uq.edu.au/~ftp/Crypto/

includes the source to RSA as well as many others.
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