How can I use NumberFormatter() with numbers bigger than UInt64 in Swift?

I am using NumberFormatter() to format my number with down code, but NSNumber is unable to accept my number if it is bigger than UInt64, how can I solve the overflow issue here:

let formatter = NumberFormatter()
formatter.numberStyle = .none
formatter.usesGroupingSeparator = true
formatter.groupingSeparator = "."
formatter.groupingSize = 3

let number = 10100123521321985478329987147892245289547
let ff = NSNumber(value: number)

let output = formatter.string(from: ff) ?? "Error!"


Read more here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64889818/how-can-i-use-numberformatter-with-numbers-bigger-than-uint64-in-swift

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