This manual describes how to install and use the GNU multiple precision
arithmetic library, version 4.2.1.
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* Copying GMP Copying Conditions (LGPL).
* Introduction to GMP Brief introduction to GNU MP.
* Installing GMP How to configure and compile the GMP library.
* GMP Basics What every GMP user should know.
* Reporting Bugs How to usefully report bugs.
* Integer Functions Functions for arithmetic on signed integers.
* Rational Number Functions Functions for arithmetic on rational numbers.
* Floating-point Functions Functions for arithmetic on floats.
* Low-level Functions Fast functions for natural numbers.
* Random Number Functions Functions for generating random numbers.
* Formatted Output `printf' style output.
* Formatted Input `scanf' style input.
* C++ Class Interface Class wrappers around GMP types.
* BSD Compatible Functions All functions found in BSD MP.
* Custom Allocation How to customize the internal allocation.
* Language Bindings Using GMP from other languages.
* Algorithms What happens behind the scenes.
* Internals How values are represented behind the scenes.
* Contributors Who brings you this library?
* References Some useful papers and books to read.
* GNU Free Documentation License
* Concept Index
* Function Index
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