LibBF Library
News
 New version with IEEE 754 semantics and transcendental functions

Abenchmark comparing MPFR/GMP and LibBF.
Introduction
LibBF is a small library to handle arbitrary precision floating point numbers. Its compiled size is about 60 KB of x86 code and has no dependency on other libraries. It is not the fastest library nor the smaller but it tries to be simple while using asymptotically optimal algorithms. The basic arithmetic operations have a near linear running time.
The TinyPI example computes billions of digits of Pi using the Chudnovsky formula.
Features:

Arbitrary precision floating point numbers in base 2 using the IEEE 754 semantics
(including subnormal numbers, infinities and NaN).
 All operations are exactly rounded using the 5 IEEE 754 rounding modes (round to nearest with ties to even or away from zero, round to zero, /+ infinity). The additional nondeterministic faithful rounding mode is supported when a lower or deterministic running time is necessary.
 Stateless API (each function takes as input the rounding mode, mantissa and exponent precisions in bits and return the IEEE status flags).
 The basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square root) have a near linear running time.
 Multiplication using a SIMD optimized Number Theoretic Transform.
 Exactly rounded floating point input and output in any base between 2 and 36 with near linear runnning time. Floating point output can select the smallest amount of digits to get the required precision.
 Trancendental functions are supported (exp, log, pow, sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan, atan2).
 Operations on arbitrarily large integers are supported by using a special "infinite" precision. Integer division with remainder and logical operations (assuming two complement binary representation) are implemented.
 Easy to embed (a few C files need to be copied).
 MIT license.
Download
Source code: libbf20180203.tar.gz
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Windows executables of TinyPI: tinypi20180203win.zip
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TinyPI is also included in the RISCVEMU Javascript demo
is an online arbitrary precision calculator with Javascript syntax using LibBF.Other small open source programs to compute large number of digits of PI:Larger and faster programs to compute PI:It is released under the.
Fabrice Bellard 