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CInt96 v1.04 - 96 Bit Integers

, 3 Mar 2000
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A Freeware MFC class which provides 96 bit integers.
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  • Introduction

    If you have every been doing any arithmetic which stretches the limits of the build in __int64 data type in Visual C++, then here is a class which gives you an extra 4 bytes to play with.


    Features
    Usage
    History
    Enhancements
    Contacting the Author


    Features

    • Provides constructors which convert between all the basic types (including __int64) to CInt96.
    • All the standard operators are provided allowing the class to be used as if it was an intrinsic data type.
    • Methods are provided to convert to and from Hex, binary and decimal strings.
    • Functions are available to allow individual bits to be easily set or retrieved.

    The source zip file contains the CInt96 source code and a simple console program which exercises the class.


    Usage

    • To use the class in your code simply include int96.cpp in your project and #include int96.h in which ever of your modules needs to make calls to the classes.
    • Your code will need to include MFC either statically or dynamically.
    • To see the class in action, have a look at the code in main() in the module test.cpp.


    History

    v1.0 (11 July 1999)
    • Initial public release.

    V1.01 (17 October 1999)

    • Fix for the function FormatAsDecimal() which was failing when the number starts with a "10".

    V1.02 (26 October 1999)

    • Fixed bug in operator!=.
    • Fixed bug in operator^.
    • Fixed bug in operator|.
    • Fixed bug in operator&.
    • All relational and equality operators now return int instead of BOOL.
    • Provision of operators which convert back to basic C types.
    • Improved the performance of operator*.
    • Fixed problem with 0/0 which was returning 0 instead of the correct value of undefined, i.e. divide by 0 exception. Thanks to G.J.E. Visser for finding all these bugs <g>.

    V1.03 (28 October 1999)

    • Fixed another bug in operator!=.
    • Removed the use of MAXDWORD and replaced with 0xFFFFFFFF.

    V1.04 (5 December 1999)

    • Fixed problem with operator* which was giving incorrect results in some cases. Thanks go to G.J.E. Visser for finding this.


    Planned Enhancements

    • Optimize the code through the use of inlining and improved algorithms.
    • Generalize the class to make it arbitrary precision.
    • Improve the sample app as at the moment it just tests out most of the methods provided by CInt96.
    • If you have any other suggested additions, comments or bug fixes, please let me know so that I can try my best to incorporate them into the next version of CInt96.


    Contacting the Author

    PJ Naughter
    Email: pjn@indigo..ie
    Web: http://www.naughter.com
    5 December 1999

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