**Math::MPFR - perl interface to the MPFR (floating point) library.**

A bigfloat module utilising the MPFR library. Basically this module simply wraps the 'mpfr' floating point functions provided by that library. Operator overloading is also available. The following documentation heavily plagiarises the mpfr documentat...

SISYPHUS/Math-MPFR-3.35 - 29 Jan 2017 11:15:24 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::Yapp - Perl extension for working with Polynomials. Yes, I know there are *many!* Polynomial packages. And like them, I started it for (geeky) fun, then got obsessed with it as a learning experience. Enjoy!**

Man, if that synopsis don't say it all, what can I possibly add? :-) OK, as mentioned above, this is a fun project. The plan, not necessarily all implemented at the first release, is to provide many kinds of operations on the polynomials that intimid...

JASALOMON/Math-Yapp-1.07 - 26 Feb 2017 21:40:36 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::NV - compare the NV values that perl assigns with C and MPFR**

use Math::NV qw(:all); $bool = is_eq('1e-298'); $bool = is_eq_mpfr('1e-298'); # iff Math::MPFR is available If $bool is true, this suggests there is quite possibly no bug in the assignment of the specified value. If $bool is false, this implies that ...

SISYPHUS/Math-NV-1.01 - 24 Nov 2015 05:07:35 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::GMPz - perl interface to the GMP library's integer (mpz) functions.**

A bignum module utilising the Gnu MP (GMP) library. Basically this module simply wraps nearly all of the integer functions provided by that library. The documentation below extensively plagiarises the documentation at http://gmplib.org. See the Math:...

SISYPHUS/Math-GMPz-0.46 - 13 Feb 2017 08:03:11 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::GMPf - perl interface to the GMP library's floating point (mpf) functions.**

A bigfloat module utilising the Gnu MP (GMP) library. Basically this module simply wraps all of the 'mpf' floating point functions provided by that library. The documentation below extensively plagiarises the GMP documentation at http://gmplib.org . ...

SISYPHUS/Math-GMPf-0.42 - 20 Dec 2016 11:58:29 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::BigNum - Arbitrary size precision for integers, rationals and floating-point numbers.**

Math::BigNum provides a transparent interface to Math::GMPz, Math::GMPq and Math::MPFR, focusing on performance and easy-to-use. In most cases, it can be used as a drop-in replacement for the bignum and bigrat pragmas....

TRIZEN/Math-BigNum-0.20 - 25 Mar 2017 18:11:23 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::MPC - perl interface to the MPC (multi precision complex) library.**

A multiple precision complex number module utilising the MPC library. Basically, this module simply wraps the 'mpc' complex number functions provided by that library. Operator overloading is also available. The following documentation heavily plagiar...

SISYPHUS/Math-MPC-1.07 - 06 Dec 2016 23:28:18 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::GMPq - perl interface to the GMP library's rational (mpq) functions.**

A bigrational module utilising the Gnu MP (GMP) library. Basically this module simply wraps all of the 'mpq' (rational number) functions provided by that library. The documentation below extensively plagiarises the GMP documentation (which can be fou...

SISYPHUS/Math-GMPq-0.45 - 20 Apr 2017 10:30:23 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::Prime::Util::GMP - Utilities related to prime numbers and factoring, using GMP**

A module for number theory in Perl using GMP. This includes primality tests, getting primes in a range, factoring, and more. While it certainly can be used directly, the main purpose of this module is for Math::Prime::Util. That module will automatic...

DANAJ/Math-Prime-Util-GMP-0.46 - 17 Apr 2017 10:15:32 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::AnyNum - Arbitrary size precision for integers, rationals, floating-points and complex numbers.**

Math::AnyNum focuses primarily on providing a friendly interface and good performance. In most cases, it can be used as a drop-in replacement for the bignum and bigrat pragmas. The philosophy of Math::AnyNum is that mathematics should just work, ther...

TRIZEN/Math-AnyNum-0.08 - 07 May 2017 23:36:24 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::MPFI - perl interface to the MPFI (interval arithmetic) library.**

An arbitrary precision interval arithmetic module utilising the MPFI library. Basically, this module simply wraps the 'mpfi' interval arithmetic functions provided by that library. Operator overloading is also available. The following documentation h...

SISYPHUS/Math-MPFI-0.09 - 22 Apr 2017 10:56:47 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::LongDouble - perl interface to C's long double operations**

use Math::LongDouble qw(:all); $arg = ~0; # largest UV $d1 = Math::LongDouble->new($arg); # Assign the UV ~0 to $d2. $d2 = UVtoLD($arg); # Assign the UV ~0 to $d2. $arg = -21; $d1 = Math::LongDouble->new($arg); # Assign the IV -21 to $d2. $d2 = IVtoL...

SISYPHUS/Math-LongDouble-0.18 - 02 Feb 2016 10:08:05 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::Prime::Util - Utilities related to prime numbers, including fast sieves and factoring**

A module for number theory in Perl. This includes prime sieving, primality tests, primality proofs, integer factoring, counts / bounds / approximations for primes, nth primes, and twin primes, random prime generation, and much more. This module is th...

DANAJ/Math-Prime-Util-0.65 - 03 May 2017 14:58:56 GMT - Search in distribution- Math::Prime::Util::ZetaBigFloat - Perl Big Float versions of Riemann Zeta and R functions

**DateTime::Astro - Functions For Astromical Calendars**

DateTime::Astro implements functions used in astronomical calendars, such as calculation of lunar longitudea and solar longitude. This module is best used in environments where a C compiler and the MPFR arbitrary precision math library is installed. ...

DMAKI/DateTime-Astro-1.00 - 24 Aug 2012 09:51:23 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::Decimal64 - perl interface to C's _Decimal64 operations.**

Math::Decimal64 supports up to 16 decimal digits of significand (mantissa) and an exponent range of -383 to +384. The smallest expressable value is -9.999999999999999e384 (which is also equivalent to -9999999999999999e369). The largest expressable va...

SISYPHUS/Math-Decimal64-0.15 - 27 Jan 2016 10:48:05 GMT - Search in distribution