Provides number-theoretic functions for factorization, prime numbers, twin primes, primitive roots, modular logarithm and inverses, extended GCD, Farey series and continuous fractions. Includes Legendre and Jacobi symbols, some divisor functions, Euler's Phi function, etc.
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Although R does not have a true integer data type, integers can be represented exactly up to 2^53-1 . The numbers package attempts to provided basic number-theoretic functions that will work correcty and relatively fast up to this level.
Hans Werner Borchers
Maintainer: Hans W. Borchers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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