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cnl - A Compositional Numeric Library for C++

  •    C++

The library's APIs are developed in colaboration with standardization bodies such as The C++ Standards Committee and members of The Khronos Group Inc. and it serves as a reference implementation for sections of the C++ Numbers Technical Specification. Please read proposals, P0037 and P0554 for more details. Tested on Travis and CircleCI.

fixed_point - C++ Binary Fixed-Point Arithmetic

  •    C++

Notice: This library is in maintenance mode. Pull requests with fixes and enhancements are gratefully accepted, but no new features are planned. Please consider switching to CNL, the successor to fixed_point for many new features and improvements. The fixed_point library provides a header-only C++11 API for approximating real numbers using binary fixed-point arithmetic. It forms the reference implementation of a standard library proposal presented in paper, P0037 and is developed as part of study groups, SG14 and SG6.




fpa - Fixed Point Arithmetic

  •    Rust

at your option. Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

FXdiv - C99/C++ header-only library for division via fixed-point multiplication by inverse

  •    C++

On modern CPUs and GPUs integer division is several times slower than multiplication. FXdiv implements an algorithm to replace an integer division with a multiplication and two shifts. This algorithm improves performance when an application performs repeated divisions by the same divisor.

fixed - high performance fixed decimal place math library for Go

  •    Go

A fixed place numeric library designed for performance. All numbers have a fixed 7 decimal places, and the maximum permitted value is +- 99999999999, or just under 100 billion.






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