From: Daryle Walker (darylew_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-05-15 07:33:12
on 5/14/01 6:46 AM, Bill Seymour at bsey_at_[hidden] wrote:
> Daryle Walker asked:
>> Could/should we have a version of the "div" function
>> defined for rational numbers?
> How about something analagous to fmod(double, double)
> and modf(double, double*)?
I'm not familiar with these functions. Could you explain their semantics?
> A while back before I knew about Boost, I wrote a non-templated
> rational number class that had member functions:
[SNIP definitions of 'trunc', 'modr', and 'rmod']
> Is that what you want?
Maybe. I was reading one of my college numeric computation texts, and it
had 'int' and 'frac' functions that worked on fractions. I was thinking
about duplicating something like that for us.
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