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A number theory package

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# pryme

## written by J. Alex Ruble (Calamitizer)

([GitHub repository](https://github.com/Calamitizer/pryme))

## Overview

This is (/ will be) a Python module for various prime-related and number-theoretic operations. Each of the major functions is memoized (to file storage) for efficiency. For example, output data for decompose(n) (which computes the prime factorization of its argument) is stored in ./memoizations/decompose.pryme.

## Usage Guide

NotImplemented

## Changelog

### v0.1 (13 March ‘16)

This is the first pushed version of pryme. Noteworthy features: the Decomposition class and various utility decorators.

## Jolly Cooperation

All contributions to and optimizations of this project are welcome. Just fork pryme on GitHub and follow your heart.

## Implementation

This code is written in Python 2.7.3. (So far) only Python standard library modules are used.

## Author

You can reach the author (Alex Ruble) most easily via GitHub ([Calamitizer](https://github.com/calamitizer)), email ([jaruble@ncsu.edu](mailto:jaruble@ncsu.edu)), or Twitter ([@aknifeallblade](https://twitter.com/aknifeallblade)).

## License

This software has no associated copyrights whatsoever (i.*e*. an [unlicense](http://unlicense.org/)). See LICENSE.txt for the full description.

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