Module tanya.math

This package provides mathematical functions.

The tanya.math package itself provides only representation functions for built-in types, such as functions that provide information about internal representation of floating-point numbers and low-level operatons on these. Actual mathematical functions and additional types can be found in its submodules. tanya.math doesn't import any submodules publically, they should be imported explicitly.

Functions

NameDescription
classify(x) Returns whether x is a NaN, zero, infinity, subnormal or normalized number.
isFinite(x) Determines whether x is a finite number.
isInfinity(x) Determines whether x is a positive or negative infinity.
isNaN(x) Determines whether x is not a number (NaN).
isNormal(x) Determines whether x is a normilized number or not.
isPseudoprime(x) Checks if x is a prime.
isSubnormal(x) Determines whether x is a denormilized number or not.
pow(x, y, z) Computes x to the power y modulo z.
signBit(x) Determines whether the sign bit of x is set or not.

Enums

NameDescription
FloatingPointClass Floating-point number classifications.
IEEEPrecision Floating-point number precisions according to IEEE-754.

Manifest constants

NameTypeDescription
ieeePrecision Tests the precision of floating-point type F.