Changes for version 0.29 - 2005-09-21
- As suggested by RJBS <email@example.com>, factors() takes a single number and returns now a flat array of factors. matches() likewise.
- Removed each_factor() & each_match() due to data that is no longer preserved in multidimensional hash structures and therefore doesn't require these accessors.
- Math::Factor - Factorise numbers and calculate matching multiplications