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numerix-doc Numerix "big integer" library for C and OCaml - documentation
Installed size 1412
Maintainer Debian OCaml Maintainers <debian-ocaml-maint@lists.debian.org>
Architecture all
Version 0.22-3
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6), libnuma1
Suggests libnumerix-ocaml-dev (= 0.22-3)
File name pool/main/n/numerix/numerix-doc_0.22-3_all.deb
Description The Numerix library provides unlimited precision integer arithmetic facilities for use in OCaml programs. This package contains documentation and examples for all of the languages that Numerix supports. . Numerix is a library implementing arbitrary long signed integers and the usual arithmetic operations between those numbers. Designed for a use with the Objective-Caml language, it is also available with reduced functionalities for the Camllight, C and Pascal languages on 32 or 64 bit Unix-type computers. . The algorithms and native (C and assembly) code implementations in Numerix compare well to the other multi-precision libraries commonly available, especially Big (the adaptation of BigNum for Camllight/Ocaml) and GMP. Also, OCaml programmers are likely to find the Numerix API more natural and more complete than BigNum / Nat, especially for modular arithmetic applications such as cryptography. Several implementations of the low-level primitives are provided, including one that uses BigNum and one that uses GMP.

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