**Math::Sequence - Perl extension dealing with mathematic sequences**

Math::Sequence defines a class for simple mathematic sequences with a recursive definition such as "x_(n+1) = 1 / (x_n + 1)". Creation of a Math::Sequence object is described below in the paragraph about the constructor. Math::Sequence uses Math::Sym...

SMUELLER/Math-Sequence-1.00 - 14 Feb 2004 13:03:38 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::String::Sequence - defines a sequence (range) of Math::String(s)**

This module creates a sequence, or range of Math::Strings. Given a first and last string it represents all strings in between, including first and last. The sequence can be reversed, unlike 'A'..'Z', which needs the first argument be smaller than the...

TELS/Math-String-1.28 - 03 Apr 2008 16:14:06 GMT - Search in distribution- Math::String - Arbitrary sized integers having arbitrary charsets to calculate with key rooms
- Math::String::Charset - A simple charset for Math::String objects.
- Math::String::Charset::Nested - A charset for Math::String objects.
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**Math::NumSeq::UlamSequence - integers uniquely the sum of two previous terms**

Ulam sequences are integers which are the sum of two previous terms in just one way. The default starting values are 1,2, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18, 26, ... For example 11 is in the sequence because it's the sum of two previous terms 3+8, and ...

KRYDE/Math-NumSeq-71 - 29 Jun 2014 03:43:45 GMT - Search in distribution- Math::NumSeq::GolombSequence - sequence is its own run lengths, 1 upwards
- Math::NumSeq - number sequences
- Math::NumSeq::Odd - odd integers
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**bc - An arbitrary precision calculator language**

*bc* is a language that supports arbitrary precision numbers with interactive execution of statements. There are some similarities in the syntax to the C programming language. A standard math library is available by command line option. If requested,...

CWEST/ppt-0.14 4 (1 review) - 05 Aug 2004 14:48:58 GMT - Search in distribution- bc - An arbitrary precision calculator language

**PRSG - Perl interface to pseudo random sequence generator function.**

This perl extension implements a (159, 31, 0) LFSR, giving a period of 160 bits. This can then be used as a RNG if seeded well (ie. with 160 bits of entropy) and if the output is fed through a message digest function (in order to prevent any predicti...

GARY/Math-PRSG-1.0 - 22 May 1996 19:24:59 GMT - Search in distribution**mok - an awk for molecules**

The purpose of mok is to read all the molecules found in the files that are given in the command line, and for each molecule execute the CODE that is given. The CODE is given in Perl and it has at its disposal all of the methods of the PerlMol toolki...

ITUB/Chemistry-Mok-0.25 - 16 May 2005 21:55:57 GMT - Search in distribution**JSON - JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) encoder/decoder**

*************************** CAUTION ************************************** * * * INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE (JSON::XS version 2.90) * * * * JSON.pm had patched JSON::XS::Boolean and JSON::PP::Boolean internally * * on loading time for making these modules i...

MAKAMAKA/JSON-2.90 4 (4 reviews) - 31 Oct 2013 10:39:15 GMT - Search in distribution- JSON::PP - JSON::XS compatible pure-Perl module.

**w3mir - all purpose HTTP-copying and mirroring tool**

You may specify many options and one HTTP-URL on the w3mir command line. A single HTTP URL *must* be specified either on the command line or in a URL directive in a configuration file. If the URL refers to a directory it *must* end with a "/", otherw...

JANL/w3mir-1.0.10 - 04 Feb 2001 21:27:19 GMT - Search in distribution**perlop - Perl operators and precedence**

In Perl, the operator determines what operation is performed, independent of the type of the operands. For example "$x + $y" is always a numeric addition, and if $x or $y do not contain numbers, an attempt is made to convert them to numbers first. Th...

RJBS/perl-5.24.0 4.5 (6 reviews) - 09 May 2016 11:35:29 GMT - Search in distribution- perldiag - various Perl diagnostics
- perlfunc - Perl builtin functions
- perldelta - what is new for perl v5.24.0
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**Math::GMP - High speed arbitrary size integer math**

Math::GMP was designed to be a drop-in replacement both for Math::BigInt and for regular integer arithmetic. Unlike BigInt, though, Math::GMP uses the GNU gmp library for all of its calculations, as opposed to straight Perl functions. This can result...

SHLOMIF/Math-GMP-2.11 - 16 Aug 2015 18:12:54 GMT - Search in distribution**Mindcal - Calculate day-of-week of any given date in your head**

This module helps training the necessary mental steps to determine the day of the week of any given date in your head. The method was invented by Lewis Carroll ("Alice in Wonderland") and eloquently described as hack #43 in "Mind Performance Hacks" b...

MSCHILLI/Mindcal-0.01 - 25 Nov 2007 23:55:35 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::Big - routines (cos,sin,primes,hailstone,euler,fibbonaci etc) with big numbers**

This module contains some routines that may come in handy when you want to do some math with really, really big (or small) numbers. These are primarily examples....

PJACKLAM/Math-Big-1.13 - 26 Apr 2016 09:16:30 GMT - Search in distribution**Geo::Line - a sequence of connected points**

A 2-dimensional sequence of connected points. The points will be forced to use the same projection. Extends "DESCRIPTION" in Math::Polygon. Extends "DESCRIPTION" in Geo::Shape....

MARKOV/Geo-Point-0.96 - 22 Jan 2014 09:09:22 GMT - Search in distribution**Tie::Math - Hashes which represent mathematical functions.**

Defines hashes which represent mathematical functions, such as the fibonacci sequence, factorials, etc... Functions can be expressed in a manner which a math or physics student might find a bit more familiar. It also automatically employs memoization...

MSCHWERN/Tie-Math-0.10 - 15 Jul 2000 09:37:39 GMT - Search in distribution**PDL::PP - Generate PDL routines from concise descriptions**

Now that you have some idea how to use "pp_def" to define new PDL functions it is time to explain the general syntax of "pp_def". "pp_def" takes as arguments first the name of the function you are defining and then a hash list that can contain variou...

CHM/PDL-2.015 5 (2 reviews) - 22 Nov 2015 14:08:24 GMT - Search in distribution- PDL::Basic - Basic utility functions for PDL
- PDL::Course - A journey through PDL's documentation, from beginner to advanced.
- PDL::Fit::LM - Levenberg-Marquardt fitting routine for PDL
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**JSON::PP - JSON::XS compatible pure-Perl module.**

This module is JSON::XS compatible pure Perl module. (Perl 5.8 or later is recommended) JSON::XS is the fastest and most proper JSON module on CPAN. It is written by Marc Lehmann in C, so must be compiled and installed in the used environment. JSON::...

MAKAMAKA/JSON-PP-2.27400 5 (1 review) - 23 Apr 2016 07:10:11 GMT - Search in distribution**Math::Series - Perl extension dealing with mathematic series**

Math::Series defines a class for simple mathematic series with a recursive definition such as "x_(n+1) = 1 / (x_n + 1)". Such a recursive definition is treated as a sequence whose elements will be added to form a series. You can refer to the previous...

SMUELLER/Math-Series-1.01 - 24 Feb 2004 15:13:31 GMT - Search in distribution**PDLA::PP - Generate PDLA routines from concise descriptions**

Now that you have some idea how to use "pp_def" to define new PDLA functions it is time to explain the general syntax of "pp_def". "pp_def" takes as arguments first the name of the function you are defining and then a hash list that can contain vario...

ETJ/PDLA-2.013003 - 29 Aug 2015 21:31:45 GMT - Search in distribution- PDLA::Basic - Basic utility functions for PDLA
- PDLA::Course - A journey through PDLA's documentation, from beginner to advanced.
- PDLA::Fit::LM - Levenberg-Marquardt fitting routine for PDLA

**PDLA::PP - Generate PDLA routines from concise descriptions**

Now that you have some idea how to use "pp_def" to define new PDLA functions it is time to explain the general syntax of "pp_def". "pp_def" takes as arguments first the name of the function you are defining and then a hash list that can contain vario...

ETJ/PDLA-Core-2.013006 - 30 Aug 2015 14:37:59 GMT - Search in distribution- PDLA::Basic - Basic utility functions for PDLA
- PDLA::Course - A journey through PDLA's documentation, from beginner to advanced.
- PDLA::Primitive - primitive operations for pdl