Additional functionality beyond `System.Math` in `MathEx`; generic geometry interfaces and structures (points, lines, rectangles); numeric interfaces and "trait" types for doing arithmetic in generic code; fixed-point structures; 128-bit integer arithmetic. Contributors welcome: looking for things that ought to be built into the .NET framework, but aren't
Install-Package Loyc.Math -Version 28.2.0
dotnet add package Loyc.Math --version 28.2.0
<PackageReference Include="Loyc.Math" Version="28.2.0" />
paket add Loyc.Math --version 28.2.0
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Loyc.Utilities contains useful non-core functionality that is either (A) not important enough to be placed in Loyc.Essentials or (B) takes Loyc.Collections, Loyc.Math or Loyc.Syntax as a dependency.
A set of useful libraries for many kinds of .NET developers, starting with Loyc.Essentials, a library that "fills in the gaps" in the core of the .NET Base Class Library. LoycCore is especially focused on collections: classes, interfaces, adapters, and extension methods. Plus, Loyc.Syntax.dll parses LES, a superset of JSON that resembles C/C#/Java/Ecmascript/D, and runtime helper classes for the Loyc LL(k) parser generator. Contributors are welcome: more unit tests, code reviews, and new features are desired, anything relatively small (under about 3000 lines of code) that fits the theme "things that should have been built into the .NET framework, but aren't".
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