Decimal Plugin
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REALbasic plugin handles large numbers as exact decimals.   Free
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Decimal Plugin adds a new number type, Decimal, to REALbasic. Decimal can handle big numbers whose size is only limited by available memory. Decimal can be freely mixed with REALbasic's numeric types. The Decimal type can exactly represent any finite decimal. One can think of a Decimal as two numbers (i, e), where i is an integer of any length, and e is of Integer type and is the exponent for base ten. That is:

(i, e) = i x 10^e
What's New
Versuin 3.0:
  • uses my fp rather than the gmp multi-precision engine. This allows for a less restrictive license.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.5 or later
  • REAL Studio






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Downloads:1,259
Version Downloads:172
Type:Education : Mathematics
License:Free
Date:07 Jul 2011
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Decimal Plugin adds a new number type, Decimal, to REALbasic. Decimal can handle big numbers whose size is only limited by available memory. Decimal can be freely mixed with REALbasic's numeric types. The Decimal type can exactly represent any finite decimal. One can think of a Decimal as two numbers (i, e), where i is an integer of any length, and e is of Integer type and is the exponent for base ten. That is:

(i, e) = i x 10^e


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