49 packages returned for Tags:"rational-numbers"

A C# library that supports arbitrary-precision binary and decimal floating-point numbers and rational numbers with arbitrary-precision components, and supports arithmetic with these numbers.
Implementation of rational number arithmetic for .NET with arbitrary precision. Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form... More information
Globalize provides number formatting and parsing, date and time formatting and parsing, currency formatting, message formatting (ICU message format pattern), and plural support. Globalize is based on the Unicode Consortium's Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR), the largest and most extensive... More information
Contains a Rational class for working with rational numbers without floating point errors. Also contains some useful mathematical functions, such as GCD.
A .NET library for parsing natural-language numerals ("forty-two") to integers, and converting the other way as well.
  • 894 total downloads
  • last updated 6/19/2017
  • Latest version: 2.0.0
  • Fraction Rational
Features: 1) Automatically simplifies the fraction. 2) Fraction can be represented in form of Mixed Fraction. 3) Supports undefined values (Undefined,+Infinity,-Infinity). 4) Data type BigInteger is used and can store all possible rational numbers. 5) String-Fraction conversion (ToString() or... More information
The GMP Native Interface for .NET Library exposes to .NET (through P-Invoke and .NET types) all of the functionality of the GNU MP Library (version 6.1.2). It automatically loads at runtime the 32-bit or 64-bit GNU MP library that matches the current CPU architecture, thus allowing building Visual... More information
  • 503 total downloads
  • last updated 10/29/2018
  • Latest version: 2.1.0
  • ordinal numbers
Ordinal number is a sequence of segments separated by dots. A segment is a cardinal number from 0 to 16777215. Each segment number can be directly followed by its variant symbol - a letter from "a" to "z" (or two letters). Variant "a" is the first, variant "z" is 26th. If a segment has more... More information