Crates.io | break_infinity |

lib.rs | break_infinity |

version | 0.3.0 |

source | src |

created_at | 2020-12-19 13:54:04.167625 |

updated_at | 2021-10-05 13:38:24.312261 |

description | A library for larger numbers up to 1e1.79e308 in Rust for Incremental Games |

homepage | https://github.com/Redfire75369/break-infinity.rs#readme |

repository | https://github.com/Redfire75369/break-infinity.rs |

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https://docs.rs/break_infinity

A port of Patashu's break_infinity.js to Rust.
It has the `Decimal`

struct which is able to reach a maximum value of 1e1.79e308 instead of `f64`

's maximum of 1.79e308.

You can install this package via Cargo by adding these lines to your `Cargo.toml`

.

```
[dependencies]
break_infinity="0.3.0"
# ...
```

This library allows simple creation of `Decimal`

's through many different methods.

```
use break_infinity as bi;
fn main() {
let x = bi::new(123.4567);
let y = bi::from_string(&String::from("123456.7e-3"));
let z = bi::from_decimal(x);
}
```

Methods that return a `Decimal`

can also be chained

```
use break_infinity as bi;
fn main() {
let short = ((x / &y + &z) * &bi::new(9.0)).floor();
let long = x.ceil()
.exp()
.log10();
}
```

For a complete list of functions and methods, refer to the docs.

Patashu and Razenpok for creating the original `break_infinity.js`

that this is based off of.