NuGet Gallery Feed for RationalsImplementation of rational number arithmetic for .NET with arbitrary precision. Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison &amp; equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients - rational number approximation - approximate floating point numbers (decimal, double, float) as rational numbers with customizable tolerance Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/2019-01-15T18:45:46Zhttps://api.nuget.org/v3-flatcontainer/rationals/1.3.3/iconhttps://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.3.3Rationals 1.3.32019-01-15T18:41:32Z2019-01-15T18:45:46Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetic for .NET with arbitrary precision. Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison &amp; equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients - rational number approximation - approximate floating point numbers (decimal, double, float) as rational numbers with customizable tolerance Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.3.2Rationals 1.3.22018-09-15T11:31:01Z2018-09-15T11:35:15Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetic for .NET with arbitrary precision. Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison &amp; equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients - rational number approximation - approximate floating point numbers (decimal, double, float) as rational numbers with customizable tolerance Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.3.1Rationals 1.3.12017-11-18T12:27:31Z2018-12-01T11:31:46Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetic for .NET with arbitrary precision. Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison &amp; equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients - rational number approximation - approximate floating point numbers (decimal, double, float) as rational numbers with customizable tolerance Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.3.0Rationals 1.3.02017-11-11T15:01:48Z2018-12-01T11:31:46Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetic for .NET with arbitrary precision. Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison &amp; equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients - rational number approximation - approximate floating point numbers (decimal, double, float) as rational numbers with customizable tolerance Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4 https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.2.1Rationals 1.2.12017-03-11T14:08:34Z2018-12-01T11:31:46Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetics for .NET, written in C# Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison & equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients - rational number approximation - approximate floating point numbers (decimal, double, float) as rational numbers with customizable tolerance Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.2.0Rationals 1.2.02016-07-02T15:47:08Z2018-12-01T11:31:46Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetics for .NET, written in C# Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison & equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients - rational number approximation - approximate floating point numbers (decimal, double, float) as rational numbers with customizable tolerance Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.1.1Rationals 1.1.12016-07-02T12:43:59Z2018-12-01T11:31:49Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetics for .NET, written in C# Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison & equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.1.0Rationals 1.1.02016-07-02T12:20:58Z2018-12-01T11:31:46Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetics for .NET, written in C# Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - separate whole and fractional part - any rational number can be separated into a whole part (integer quotient aka result of integer division) and fractional part (reminder of the integral division aka result of modulo operation) - comparison & equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format - continued fraction expansion - expand rational numbers to continued fraction (sequence of coefficients), construct rational numbers from sequence of continued fraction coefficients Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4 https://www.nuget.org/packages/Rationals/1.0.0Rationals 1.0.02014-11-01T17:18:19Z2018-12-01T11:31:45Ztompazourekhttps://www.nuget.org/profiles/tompazourekImplementation of rational number arithmetics for .NET Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form (irreducible fraction where denominator is always positive) - comparison & equality - multiple formatting options - ToString("C") (canonical form), ToString("W") (whole + fractional part), or normal fraction format Example usage: Rational left = (Rational) 1 / 2; Rational right = (Rational) 1 / 4; Rational sum = left + right; // equals to: 3 / 4