I downloaded the free, open source GMP library a couple days ago. It's a high-precision, high-speed math library that is available in almost all processor flavors. It's obviously a C library but much of it is in assembly for the respective processor. It appears to be able to do 256-bit calculations in blazing speeds.

Maybe we can take some ideas for all those who want a floating point library, and make it MASM32 logo'd (hear that hutch--?)... just a thought.

It's not just add and subtract, there's sin and cosine and all that in there, too.


Thanks,
_Shawn
Posted on 2001-10-10 13:30:47 by _Shawn
I thought GMP was integer-only? Or, at best, fixed-point?
Posted on 2001-10-11 22:43:19 by f0dder
Fupports floating points... Not just integer or fixed-point. You can also specify the precision, so it's not always predefined... At least that's what I gather from reading the faq's...


Thanks,
_Shawn
Posted on 2001-10-18 01:15:36 by _Shawn