From: Reetesh Mukul (reetesh.mukul_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-26 08:56:32
Why there is no boost::rational for non IntType ? I think there are cases
where we require such type of rationals, e.g. ( 2 + 3i) / (5 + 6i). In
std::complex, we don't have any such constraint on element type of the
complex number. That is, though std::complex<double> is quite natural we can
have the construct std::complex<int> as well. Is boost::rational<> strictly
modeled on the basis of rational numbers ?
Another question, is there any continued fraction library in BOOST ?
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