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The MKB Arbitrary Precision Number Library (MKB APNL) allows your programs to compute arbitrary precision integer arithmetic using numbers up to 2 gigadigits in length. Sample programs for C, C++, VB, and MFC are provided, one of which is a multithreaded MFC calculator utilizing the MKB APNL to do its calculations. The C++ samples (as well as MKB APNL itself) have been compiled using MSVC, Borland C++ Builder, and MINGW32. MKB APNL is implemented in ANSI C and provides many features, including thread safety, exception handling and progress handling. Future releases of MKB APNL will also support arbitrary precision floating point and complex number arithmetic.
Price USD30
License Free to try
File Size 1.04 MB
Version 1.0
Operating System Windows NT Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows
System Requirements Windows 95/98/NT
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