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hello again, i wanted to know if and how it would be possible to code a lagrange polynomial in java.  i have a project that has to implement the shamir secret sharing principles and one of them is lagrange polynomials which i am at a loss as to how to code that.  i have looked for java classes that can do it but have come up short so far.  thank you for your help
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