ArbitraryPrecisionFloatRelease name: ArbitraryPrecisionFloat
Release summary: Add Floating Point Numbers with arbitrary number of binary digits and unlimited exponent
Automatic version: 2
Manual version: (1.1)
Published by: <Not published yet>
Created: 17 February 2011 10:04:23 pm
Last updated: 17 February 2011 10:04:23 pm
- Squeak3.9 - Released 8 Dec 2006.
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- Squeak3.8 - Released 25 May 2005.
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A few corrections, many more functions,
many tests but in a separate packages
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