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Work on TTMath this year, 2019?

Added by: ~guest, 2018 XII 28

Added by: ~guest, 2018 XII 28

-It seems to be the case that there isn't yet TTMath
non floating-point Integer and Decimal classes, both.
Is this true or not?

-Is there a place I can go to to download the latest
TTMath code documentation, even if it is just Doxygen
level?

Please reply, Happy New Year!

Added by: ~guest, 2018 XII 29

If I want to use a non floating point arbitrary precision positive or negative integer type, what is the name of the class type to use and the class to #include?

If I want to use a non floating point arbitrary precision positive or negative decimal type, what is the name of the class type to use and the class to #include?

Is there a functions library that will work on the arbitrary precision integer type, or will it only work on the decimal one? Where are the functions to convert between the integer and the decimal and, as far as possible, vice versa?

In terms of the templates on these special integer or decimal types that accepts precision and scale information, <a,b>,
are the numbers entered allowed to to exceed the maximum size for a string?

In terms of the specified values on these special integer or decimal types, are the numbers entered allowed to to exceed the maximum size for a string?

Added by: ~guest, 2018 XII 29

There doesn't seem to be a power function for Big

Big<1,1> a = "3";

Big<1,1> b = "1.5";

Big<2,2> result = a.Pow(b);

for decimal numbers and decimal powers, not just integer ones.

There doesn't seem to be an nth root one either.