A PHP 5.3+ mathematics library, providing functionality for large numbers

Moontoast Math Library Moontoast\Math is useful for working with integers that are larger than (or may become larger than, through mathematical computations) PHP's max integer value for a given system. On 64-bit systems, this n

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