A fractions library for go (http://golang.org)

gofrac gofrac is a (goinstallable) fractions library for go with support for basic arithmetic. Usage is defined in frac.go, which can be parsed by godoc. Contact I (Anschel Schaffer-Cohen) can be found at [email protected]
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