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1. how can i work with (much) more that 32 1's+0's ?
You almost certainly do not need to. It could be extended to handle 53-bits quite easily, but given that it would take the fastest algorithm in this thread ~462 years to deal with the numbers possible from that small number of bits. And as your target of 435 + 343 will take, for all intents and purposes, that number * infinity--so many times longer than the universe has existed as to be totally meaningless--you simply don't.
One has to wonder what use, other than as another outing for Algorithm::Loops, that you thought you were going to put this to?
Had you been dealing with reasonable numbers, I've got a specialisation of tye's nextPermute() that handles this particular problem about 3 1/2 times more quickly, but unless your name is Q, it probably won't help :)
Update: Seems someone didn't bellieve me:
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