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Analyzed 28 days ago
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A C-coded Python extension module that wraps the GMP library to provide to Python code fast multiprecision arithmetic (integer, rational, and float), random number generation, advanced number-theoretical functions, and more.

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A C++ rational (fraction) template class
Include rational.h to be able to do fraction calculations. By simply including rational.h and specifying the storage type (any integer variant) you can create and use a fractional data type.
Features
* exchangeable GCD algorithms
* optional signed

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Analyzed about 23 hours ago
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Provides a library for multiple-precision floating-point computation with correct rounding. The computation is both efficient and has a well-defined semantics. It copies the good ideas from the ANSI/IEEE-754 standard for double-precision floating-point arithmetic.

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A

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Analyzed about 18 hours ago
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AzaMath - Anizoptera CMF mathematic component.
Provides functionality to work with large numbers with arbitrary precision (using BCMath) and universal mumeral systems conversions (supported bases from 2 to 62 inclusive, and custom systems; pure PHP, but can use GMP and core functions for speed optimization).

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Analyzed about 4 hours ago
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The primerange project is an attempt to generate 'mostly' primes for numbers having 10->20 decimal digits, by using algebraic and non-algebraic techniques.
Its usefulness for much larger numbers, has not currently been tested, and it is expected, that the phrase 'mostly' would not apply in

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Analyzed about 10 hours ago
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Rmpfr provides (S4 classes and methods for)
arithmetic including transcendental ("special") functions for
arbitrary precision floating point numbers. To this end, it interfaces to
the LGPL'ed MPFR (Multiple Precision Floating-Point Reliable) Library
which itself is based on the GMP (GNU Multiple Precision) Library.

G

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Analyzed 28 days ago
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A .NET wrapper with simple object interface (written in C#) for GNU MP bignum library (http://gmplib.org/). GNU MP or (short) GMP is ...
"...a free library for arbitrary precision arithmetic, operating on signed integers, rational numbers, and floating point numbers. There is no practical limit to

Mostly written in language not available

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Analyzed 2 days ago
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Please note that, effective 1 January 2013, development of this application has been suspended. This is indefinite, but not permanent. MuPuPriNT (Multi-Purpose Prime Number Tester) is a primality and compositeness tester for many different types of numbers. It is basic, yet full-featured, and

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