Number::Tolerant - tolerance ranges for inexact numbers River stage two • 5 direct dependents • 22 total dependents

Number::Tolerant creates a number-like object whose value refers to a range of possible values, each equally acceptable. It overloads comparison operations to reflect this. I use this module to simplify the comparison of measurement results to specif...

RJBS/Number-Tolerant-1.708 - 01 Nov 2015 19:34:17 GMT

Number::Tolerant::Type - a type of tolerance River stage two • 5 direct dependents • 22 total dependents

RJBS/Number-Tolerant-1.708 - 01 Nov 2015 19:34:17 GMT

Number::Tolerant::Union - unions of tolerance ranges River stage two • 5 direct dependents • 22 total dependents

Number::Tolerant::Union is used by Number::Tolerant to represent the union of multiple tolerances. A subset of the same operators that function on a tolerance will function on a union of tolerances, as listed below....

RJBS/Number-Tolerant-1.708 - 01 Nov 2015 19:34:17 GMT

Number::Tolerant::Constant - a blessed constant type River stage two • 5 direct dependents • 22 total dependents

When Number::Tolerant is about to return a tolerance with zero variation, it will return a constant instead. This module will register a constant type that will catch these constants and return them as Number::Tolerant objects. I wrote this module to...

RJBS/Number-Tolerant-1.708 - 01 Nov 2015 19:34:17 GMT

Number::Range - Perl extension defining ranges of numbers and testing if a number is found in the range. You can also add and delete from this range. River stage two • 4 direct dependents • 15 total dependents

Number::Range will take a description of a range, and then allow you to test on if a number falls within the range. You can also add and delete from the range. RANGE FORMAT The format used for range is pretty straight forward. To separate sections of...

LARRYSH/Number-Range-0.12 - 19 Jun 2014 17:06:09 GMT

Test::Number::Delta - Compare the difference between numbers against a given tolerance River stage three • 57 direct dependents • 256 total dependents

At some point or another, most programmers find they need to compare floating-point numbers for equality. The typical idiom is to test if the absolute value of the difference of the numbers is within a desired tolerance, usually called epsilon. This ...

DAGOLDEN/Test-Number-Delta-1.06 - 25 Nov 2014 12:13:12 GMT

Number::RangeTracker - Keep track of numerical ranges quickly River stage zero No dependents

An instance of the Number::RangeTracker class is used to keep track of a set of numerical ranges. Ranges can be added to and removed from this collection of ranges. Overlapping ranges are collapsed to form a single, longer range. Ranges can be manipu...

COVINGTON/Number-RangeTracker-v0.6.1 - 17 Aug 2014 05:22:42 GMT

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