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perl-Math-BaseCalc

Convert numbers between various bases

This module facilitates the conversion of numbers between various number bases. You may define your own digit sets, or use any of several predefined digit sets.
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Package version:1.013
Architecture:noarch
Distribution:Dag
Filename:perl-Math-BaseCalc-1.013-1.el4.rf.noarch.rpm

/usr/share/doc/perl-Math-BaseCalc-1.013/README

NAME
    Math::BaseCalc - Convert numbers between various bases

SYNOPSIS
      use Math::BaseCalc;

      my $calc = new Math::BaseCalc(digits => [0,1]); #Binary
      my $bin_string = $calc->to_base(465); # Convert 465 to binary

      $calc->digits('oct'); # Octal
      my $number = $calc->from_base('1574'); # Convert octal 1574 to decimal

DESCRIPTION
    This module facilitates the conversion
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/usr/share/man/man3/Math::BaseCalc.3pm.gz

Math::BaseCalc(3)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioMath::BaseCalc(3)



NAME
       Math::BaseCalc - Convert numbers between various bases

SYNOPSIS
         use Math::BaseCalc;

         my $calc = new Math::BaseCalc(digits => [0,1]); #Binary
         my $bin_string = $calc->to_base(465); # Convert 465 to binary

         $calc->digits('oct'); # Octal
         my $number = $calc->from_base('1574'
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/usr/share/doc/perl-Math-BaseCalc-1.013/Changes

Revision history for Perl extension Math::BaseCalc.

 - Fixed a test failure that occurred on some subset of 64-bit
   machines. [Brian Szymanski, Andreas J. K´┐Żnig]

 - Moved the repository to SVN hosting at code.google.com instead of
   CVS on my laptop.

1.12 - Thu Jun 26 16:01:32 2008

 - Modernized the layout of the distribution, including a lib/
   directory, t/ directory, and using Test::Mor
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