Democritus functions for working with math.

Democritus Math

Democritus functions[1] for working with math.

[1] Democritus functions are simple, effective, modular, well-tested, and well-documented Python functions.

We use d8s (pronounced "dee-eights") as an abbreviation for democritus (you can read more about this here).

Installation

pip install d8s-math


Usage

You import the library like:

from d8s_math import *


Once imported, you can use any of the functions listed below.

Functions

• def fibonacci_sequence(n: int) -> List[int]:
"""Return the first n digits of the fibonacci sequence."""

• def fibonacci(n: int) -> int:
"""Return the value of the Fibonacci sequence at index n."""

• def number_closest(a, b, target):
"""Return a or b, whichever is closest to the target."""

• def number_furthest(a, b, target):
"""Return a or b, whichever is furthest to the target."""

• def cartesian_product(a: Any, *args: Any, repeat: int = 1):
"""."""

• def sympy_symbol(symbol_name: str):
"""."""

• def equation_solve(equation: str, symbols: List[str]):
"""."""

• def expression_explore(expression: str, symbol: str, start: int, end: int, step: int):
"""."""

• def one_cold_encode(items: list, *, reverse: bool = False) -> List[list]:
"""."""

• def one_hot_encode(items: list, *, reverse: bool = False) -> List[list]:
"""."""

• def is_integer_tuple(possible_integer_tuple: Any) -> bool:
"""."""

• def string_to_number(string: str) -> Union[int, float]:
"""Convert a number as a string into either an integer or float."""

• def first_arg_as_decimal(func):
"""Convert the first argument to a number (either integer or float)."""

• def arguments_as_decimals(func):
"""Convert all arguments to numbers (either integers or floats)."""

• def decimal_to_gray_code(num: Union[str, int, float]) -> integerTupleType:
"""Convert the given number to a gray code. This function was inspired by the code here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gray_code#Converting_to_and_from_Gray_code."""

• def gray_code_to_decimal(num: integerTupleType) -> int:
"""Convert the given number to a gray code. This function was inspired by the code here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gray_code#Converting_to_and_from_Gray_code."""

• def decimal_to_hex(decimal_number):
"""."""

• def hex_to_decimal(hex):
"""."""

• def roman_numeral_to_decimal(roman_numeral: str) -> int:
"""."""

• def decimal_to_roman_numeral(decimal_number) -> str:
"""."""

• def integer_tuple_to_decimal(integer_tuple: integerTupleType) -> int:
"""Return the decimal form of the given number (represented as an integer tuple)."""

• def integer_to_decimal(num: Union[str, int, float], base: int) -> int:
"""Convert the number of the given base to a decimal number."""

• def decimal_to_base(decimal_number: Union[str, int, float], base: int):
"""Convert the decimal_number to the given base."""

• def outer_division():
"""."""

• def outer_product(a: int, b: int, a_start: int = 1, b_start: int = 1):
"""Return a two-dimensional array with the results of range(a_start, a+1) multiplied by range(b_start, b+1)."""

• def multiplication_table(a: int, b: int, a_start: int = 1, b_start: int = 1):
"""."""

• def number_evenly_divides(a, b):
"""Return True if a evenly divides b. Otherwise, return False."""

• def number_evenly_divided_by(a, b):
"""Return True if a is evenly divided by b. Otherwise, return False."""

• def fraction_examples(n=10, *, fractions_as_strings: bool = True):
"""Create n fractions."""

• def iterable_differences(iterable):
"""Find all of the possible differences of all possible orders of the given iterable."""

• def combinations(iterable, length=None):
"""Return all possible combinations of the given length which can be created from the given iterable. If no length is given, we will find all combinations of all lengths for the given iterable."""

• def combinations_with_replacement(iterable, length=None):
"""Return all possible combinations of the given length which can be created from the given iterable. If no length is given, we will find all combinations of all lengths for the given iterable."""

• def prod(iterable):
"""Get the product of the iterable."""

• def permutations(iterable, length=None):
"""Return all possible permutations of the given iterable. If no length is given, we will find all permutations of all lengths for the given iterable"""

• def fraction_simplify(fraction_string):
"""Simplify the fraction represented as a string."""

• def remainder(dividend, divisor):
"""."""

• def floor(number):
"""."""

• def ceiling(number):
"""."""

• def factorial(number):
"""."""

• def fraction_complex_to_mixed_fraction(fraction_string):
"""Simplify the fraction represented as a string."""

• def fraction_mixed_to_complex_fraction(fraction_string):
"""Simplify the fraction represented as a string."""

• def dot_product(item_a, item_b):
"""Find the dot product for the two items. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_product for more details."""

• def percent(ratio):
"""Return the ratio as a percentage."""

• def gcd(number1, number2):
"""Return the greatest common divisor."""

• def ratio(number1, number2):
"""Return the ratio of the two numbers in the form 1:2. For example, if given 5 and 10, this function would return "1:2". If given 2 and 20, this function would return "1:10"."""

• def transpose(matrix):
"""Transpose the given matrix. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transpose."""

• def number_line(value, min_, max_, interval: int = 1):
"""."""

• def number_zero_pad(num: StrOrNumberType, length: StrOrNumberType) -> str:
"""."""

• def is_number(item):
"""Return whether or not the item is a number."""

• def number_is_even(number: StrOrNumberType):
"""."""

• def number_is_odd(number: StrOrNumberType):
"""."""

• def number_is_approx(number, approximate_value, *, relative_tolerance=1e-6):
"""."""

• def enumerate_range(range_string, range_split_string: str = '-'):
"""Enumerate the range specified by the string. For example, 1-3 returns [1, 2, 3]."""

• def hex_endiness_swap(hex_string):
"""Credit to: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/27506474/how-to-byte-swap-a-32-bit-integer-in-python."""

• def number_to_words(number):
"""Convert a number to its English representation (e.g. 100 => "One Hundred")."""

• def number_to_scientific_notation(number):
"""Convert the given number to scientific notation."""

• def number_to_engineering_notation(number):
"""Convert the given number to engineering notation."""


Development

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