gives full and approximate written forms of numbers

## Project description

A pure Python module that gives both full and approximate names for numbers

Contains functions that give the cardinal name (one, two, three, …), the ordinal name (first, second, third, …), the precedence (primary, secondary, tertiary, …) as well as approximations (23.3458e45 -> ‘23.346 quattuordecillion’) and prefixes. Has four different naming methods for powers and three different suffix styles. Additionally contains an SI prefix naming function.

## Suffix Styles

• short - Assigns ‘illion’ to names. This is the default style.
• 10^6 = million, 10^9 = billion, 10^12 = trillion, …
• long - Assigns ‘illion’ or ‘illiard’ to names depending on power.
• 10^6 = million, 10^9 = milliard, 10^12 = billion, …
• british - Assigns ‘illion’ and adds ‘thousand’ in front of names depending on power.
• 10^6 = million, 10^9 = thousand million, 10^12 = billion, …

## Naming Methods

• conway-wechsler - This system extends the normal Latin naming method indefinitely and follows Latin syntax closely. Can use long, short or British suffix styles (examples below are short style). This is the default method.
• 10^6 = 1 million
• 10^12 = 1 trillion
• 10^51 = 1 sedecillion
• 10^342 = 1 tredecicentillion
• noll - This system extends the normal Latin naming method indefinitely. Can use long, short or British suffix styles (examples below are short style).
• 10^6 = 1 million
• 10^12 = 1 trillion
• 10^51 = 1 sexdecillion
• 10^342 = 1 centredecillion
• rowlett - This system uses Greek prefixes for names. Introduced to prevent confusion the suffix styles can cause and therefore does not use any such styles. Currently valid up to 10^2999.
• 10^6 = 1 million
• 10^12 = 1 gillion
• 10^342 = 1 hecatodekatetrillion
• knuth - Radically different naming method introduced to prevent confusion the suffix styles can cause and thus does not use any styles. Inherits conway-wechsler system to extend naming scheme indefinitely (original paper stopped at 10^4194304).
• 10^12 = 10 myllion
• 10^51 = 1000 byllion tryllion

## Version History

• 1.1.1 January 10th, 2020
• 1.1.0 August 18th, 2019
• Added precedence function (primary, secondary, tertiary, …)
• Log function can now be overridden by third-party modules (gmpy2, mpmath) to allow compatibility
• Added (t)uple function (single, double, triple, …)
• Added cardinal function call; identical to name function
• 1.0.2 November 29th, 2017
• Fixed approx handling of zero & removed approx handling of small values
• 1.0.1 January 20th, 2017
• Modified readme/setup.py for correct pip installation
• 1.0.0 January 20th, 2017
• Initial release

## Project details

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