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Various number types for Python

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Various number types for Python


Typed complex

Use a complex number with different types for its real and imaginary parts:

>>> from number_types.typed_complex import *
>>> z = DecimalComplex('0.2', '0.1')
>>> z + DecimalComplex('0.1', '0.2')
DecimalComplex(Decimal('0.3'), Decimal('0.3'))
>>> z = complex(0.2, 0.1)
>>> z + complex(0.1, 0.2)


A class representing a (2D) coordinate.

>>> from number_types import Coordinate
>>> Coordinate(0, 1) + Coordinate(1, 0)
>>> Coordinate(1, 1)
>>> Coordinate(-1, 0).to_polar()
Coordinate(1.0, 3.141592653589793, False)
>>> Coordinate(-1, 0).to_polar().equals(Coordinate(-1, 0))
>>> Coordinate(3, 4).to_polar()
Coordinate(5.0, 0.9272952180016122, False)
>>> abs(Coordinate(3, 4))
>>> Coordinate(3, 4).conjugate
Coordinate(3, -4)


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$ pip install number_types

From source

$ git clone ''
$ python ./number_types/ install

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