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A Python module made for use with numbers and data

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Compie

Compie is the successor to Whirlcalc

Compie is made with ❤️ on Python

Compie can do a lot of computations and other related stuffs (more features adding..)

It is a small module as of now so there isn't any docs out there.. everything you need to know is just here in this page.

This module includes:

FUNCTIONS:
- make_penguin()            added in version 1.0
- isprime(number)           added in version 2b1
- ratio(int,int)            added in version 2b1
- factorial(int)            added in version 0.1b
- arithmetic_mean(list)     added in version 1.4
- decimal2binary(int)       added in version 1.6.1
- binary2decimal(int)       added in version 1.6.2
- decimal2octal(int)        added in version 1.6.3
- octal2decimal(int)        added in version 1.6.4
- hexadecimal2decimal(str)  added in version 1.6.5
- decimal2hexadecimal(int)  added in version 1.6.6
- evaluate(str)             added in version 0.1b

CLASSES:
- decimal(value)            added in version 2b0
- binary(value)             added in version 2b0
- octal(value)              added in version 2b0
- hexadecimal(value)        added in version 2b0

NOTE: evaluate() only supports factorial() and pi.

Can I use it?

Yeah! Of course! you can use it.. (Only if you are a cute penguin!)

and if you are not a penguin.. then.. try this:

>>> from compie import *
>>> make_penguin()

Documentation:

FUNCTIONS:

make_penguin():

SECRET EASTER EGG ☺

Some Functions: Decimal to Binary:

>>> from compie import *
>>> print(binary2decimal('110001001'))
>>> 393

Factorial:

>>> from compie import *
>>> print(factorial(5))
>>> 120

Evaluate:

>>> from compie import *
>>> print(evaluate("2*3+100-190+factorial(3)-pi"))
>>> -81.1415926535898

Isprime:

>>> from compie import *
>>> print(isprime(2))
True
>>> #EXAMPLE 2:
>>> print(isprime(1))
ValueError: 1 is neither prime nor composite.

ratio:

>>> from compie import *
>>> print(ratio(10,51390))
1:51390

You may have figured out how to use other functions.

CLASSES:

decimal:

>>> from compie import *
>>> my_decimal_class = decimal(10)
>>> print(my_decimal_class.hex) #note hex stands for hexadecimal..
A
Classes Tree:
 decimal:
  variables:
    - value (assigned value)
    - dec (decimal value)
    - bin (binary value)
    - hex (hexadecimal value)
    - oct (octal value)
  functions:
    - setvalue(value,numtype)
      - value is the value in any number system (if using another system then numtype must be specified)
      - numtype is argument about number type (default is "dec")
 binary:
  variables:
    - value (assigned value)
    - dec (decimal value)
    - bin (binary value)
    - hex (hexadecimal value)
    - oct (octal value)
  functions:
    - setvalue(value,numtype)
      - value is the value in any number system (if using another system then numtype must be specified)
      - numtype is argument about number type (default is "bin")
 hexadecimal:
  variables:
    - value (assigned value)
    - dec (decimal value)
    - bin (binary value)
    - hex (hexadecimal value)
    - oct (octal value)
  functions:
    - setvalue(value,numtype)
      - value is the value in any number system (if using another system then numtype must be specified)
      - numtype is argument about number type (default is "hex")
 octal:
  variables:
    - value (assigned value)
    - dec (decimal value)
    - bin (binary value)
    - hex (hexadecimal value)
    - oct (octal value)
  functions:
    - setvalue(value,numtype)
      - value is the value in any number system (if using another system then numtype must be specified)
      - numtype is argument about number type (default is "oct")

Well.. This is probably enough for you to understad! you may look at the functions list for list of all functions!

CHANGELOG:

v2.0.1:
> fixed bugs
  > a very stupid testing bug in __init__.py of the module that i made for testing (a "print(ratio(10,51390))")
  > a small coding mistake in this README file..

v2b1:
> added function
  > ratio
  > isprime

v2b0:
> added classes
  > decimal
  > binary
  > octal
  > hexadecimal

v1.0.0:
> added functions
  > decimal2binary
  > binary2decimal
  > hexadecimal2decimal
  > decimal2hexadecimal
  > octal2decimal
  > decimal2octal
  > make_penguin

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