Readables.jl

Makes extended precision numbers readable
Author JeffreySarnoff
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July 2018

Readables.jl

Make extended precision numbers readable.

Copyright © 2018 -2019 by Jeffrey Sarnoff. This work is made available under The MIT License.

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Use

using Readables

setprecision(BigFloat, 160)

macro twoways(val)
    :(println(string("\n\t", $val, "\n\t", readablestring($val))))
end
val = (pi/2)^9; @twoways(val)

	58.22089713563711
	58.22089_71356_3711

val = (BigFloat(pi)/2)^9; @twoways(val)

        58.220897135637132161151176564921201882554800340637
        58.22089,71356,37132,16115,11765,64921,20188,25548,00340,637

setprecision(BigFloat, 192)

val = (BigFloat(pi))^115; ival = trunc(BigInt, val); @twoways(ival)

	1486741142588149449007460570055579083524909316281177999404
	1,486,741,142,588,149,449,007,460,570,055,579,083,524,909,316,281,177,999,404

Customize

config = Readable()
config = setintgroup(config, 6)
config = setintsep(config, '')

ival = trunc(BigInt, (BigFloat(pi))^64);

readable(config, ival)
"65704006:445717084572:022626334540"

Configure

We assume a Real value has an integer componant and a fractional componant (either may be zero).

intgroup, fracgroup is the number of digits used to form digit subsequences in the integer and fractional parts

intsep, fracsep is the Char used to separate groups in the integer and fractional parts

exported configurables

  • decpoint, setdecpoint
  • intsep, fracsep, setintsep, setfracsep
  • intgroup, fracgroup, setintgroup, setfracgroup

Required Packages

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