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Arbitrary Precision π, e, LN(2) & LN(10) Calculator: vs. 1.3
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Select number of digits for the result. Be careful not to set it to high (more than 10,000) since this will increase calculation time significantly
 
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Calculate the number of digits for the transcendental constant
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The Transcendental constant of π, e, ln(2) & ln(10)

Calculate Digits number of π, e or ln(2) or ln(10) based on the Spigot algorithm to any number of digits, see the authors paper on this subject.The field Digits is the requested number of digits of one of the transcendental constant. The progress bar doesnt really work since it cannot automatically been updated while doing the time consuming calculation of π, e, ln(2) or ln(10). Please note that calculating π with 65000 digits takes around 10 min on my PC while 1000 digits is less than a second. Be carefull of not setting the number to high since it will take a while. Also notice that ln(10) is significant slower to calculate than ln(2).

Email me if you encounter any problems at hve@hvks.com

 

 

Corrections:
28-Jan-2017 Vs 1.3 Dramatically improve performance of LN(10). Now max twice the time for an LN(2) calculation. Prior to this improvement the LN(10) was 5-7 times slower than an LN(2) calculation
26-Jan-2017 Vs 1.2 Added Calculation of LN(10)
25-Dec-2016 Vs 1.1 Added Calculation of LN(2)
25-Nov-2016 Vs 1 Initial release, calculating the transcendental constants π & e
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