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Re: bohemians, gentry


john cowan rexx
Klotz, Leigh scripsit:

> Mike Cowlishaw of IBM has a small decimal arithmetic package which performs
> arbitrary precision decimal arithmetic, and I believe he would certainly
> like it to be widespread and interoperable across multiple platforms and
> programming languages.  See
> http://www2.hursley.ibm.com/decimal/decifaq1.html for an FAQ.

This is IIRC closely related to the netrexx.language.Rexx class that I mentioned,
but stripped of the string features (a Rexx is a number and a string and
a hashtable all at once).

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