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## Roman empire backward compatibility

**S**till **P**artially **Q**uompatible with **R**oman empire allow you to
deals with numeral use a long time ago in the BF times (BF as Before Fortran).
As you all know the necessity for quick iteration as for long been a goal in
the scientific community, as well a reproducibility and backward compatibility.
Now you can quickly achieve the efficiency you had to engrave number on you
marble tablet calculator from the comfort of your QWERTY keyboard, and
replicate studies made at the time of Neron, Ceasar, and all thoses guy you
don't remember the name.

> Tu quoque mi fili

In [1]: from SPQR import I,V,X,C,M

In [2]: NOW = M.M.X.V # this year

In [3]: AGE = X.X.I.X

In [4]: NOW - AGE

## Praise the gods.

You can import the unicode caracters 1-12,50

In[5]: from SPQR.literals import *

And it of course play nice with the gods. In [**Jupyter**](// you can tab-completes the above caracters with:

\roman numeral [one|two|three|...]<tab>

### Packaging

Proudly packaged with [flit](

### logo

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