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NAME

       Math::BigInt::Calc - Pure Perl module to support Math::BigInt

SYNOPSIS

           # to use it with Math::BigInt
           use Math::BigInt lib => 'Calc';

           # to use it with Math::BigFloat
           use Math::BigFloat lib => 'Calc';

           # to use it with Math::BigRat
           use Math::BigRat lib => 'Calc';

DESCRIPTION

       Math::BigInt::Calc inherits from Math::BigInt::Lib.

       In this library, the numbers are represented in base B = 10**N, where N is the largest
       possible value that does not cause overflow in the intermediate computations. The base B
       elements are stored in an array, with the least significant element stored in array
       element zero. There are no leading zero elements, except a single zero element when the
       number is zero.

       For instance, if B = 10000, the number 1234567890 is represented internally as [7890,
       3456, 12].

SEE ALSO

       Math::BigInt::Lib for a description of the API.

       Alternative libraries Math::BigInt::FastCalc, Math::BigInt::GMP, and Math::BigInt::Pari.

       Some of the modules that use these libraries Math::BigInt, Math::BigFloat, and
       Math::BigRat.