Run on a 32-bit architecture such as the playground itself, and observe three different types of panic. The first two are caused by calls to make with negative lengths (here and here, respectively), and the third one is an index out of range (here). All three are ultimately caused by 32-bit integers overflowing when multiplied with one another.
What did you expect to see?
What did you see instead?
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