Provided by: latexml_0.8.3-3_all bug

NAME

       "LaTeXML::Common::Number" - representation of numbers; extends LaTeXML::Common::Object.

   Exported functions
       "$number = Number($num);"
           Creates a Number object representing $num.

   Methods
       "@tokens = $object->unlist;"
           Return a list of the tokens making up this $object.

       "$string = $object->toString;"
           Return a string representing $object.

       "$string = $object->ptValue;"
           Return a value representing $object without the measurement unit (pt) with limited
           decimal places.

       "$string = $object->pxValue;"
           Return an integer value representing $object in pixels.  Uses the state variable "DPI"
           (dots per inch).

       "$n = $object->valueOf;"
           Return the value in scaled points (ignoring shrink and stretch, if any).

       "$n = $object->smaller($other);"
           Return $object or $other, whichever is smaller

       "$n = $object->larger($other);"
           Return $object or $other, whichever is larger

       "$n = $object->absolute;"
           Return an object representing the absolute value of the $object.

       "$n = $object->sign;"
           Return an integer: -1 for negatives, 0 for 0 and 1 for positives

       "$n = $object->negate;"
           Return an object representing the negative of the $object.

       "$n = $object->add($other);"
           Return an object representing the sum of $object and $other

       "$n = $object->subtract($other);"
           Return an object representing the difference between $object and $other

       "$n = $object->multiply($n);"
           Return an object representing the product of $object and $n (a regular number).

       "$n = $object->divide($n);"
           Return an object representing the (truncating) division of $object by $n (a regular
           number).

       "$n = $object->divideround($n);"
           Return an object representing the (rounding) division of $object by $n (a regular
           number).

AUTHOR

       Bruce Miller <bruce.miller@nist.gov>

COPYRIGHT

       Public domain software, produced as part of work done by the United States Government &
       not subject to copyright in the US.