[erlang-questions] Rational arithmetic library?

Dave Smith dave.smith.to@REDACTED
Thu Nov 20 15:30:49 CET 2008

I have been working on a decimal application.  This is a linked-in driver
application backed by the decNumberhttp://speleotrove.com/decimal/ library.
It's crude at this point, and I haven't decided on the interface format. I
didn't plan to release it yet, but I'll do a little cleanup today and make
the code available for review.

This is not a rational library, but a decimal fixed-point (or decimal
floating-point) library.  If you really need rational arithmetic, consider
creating a driver backed by gmp (http://gmplib.org/)


2008/11/20 Robert Raschke <rtrlists@REDACTED>

> On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 11:40 AM, John Hughes <john.hughes@REDACTED>
> wrote:
> > Anyone have a good rational number arithmetic library? I can't be the
> first
> > to need one, surely...
> Might be worth considering using something like J. Don't think it
> would be too get J and Erlang communicating.
> J: http://www.jsoftware.com/
> Robby
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