Unlike built-in auto update features, SUMo tells you if updates are available before you need to use your software. Enter the characters you j7 software update below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. From a high-school project that went a little too far By Alexander J. How fast can your computer compute Pi?
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Pi and other constants to trillions of digits. It is the first of its kind that is multi-threaded and scalable to multi-core systems. Ever since its launch in 2009, it has become a common benchmarking and stress-testing application for overclockers and hardware enthusiasts. For those of you who have been paying attention to the record lists, you’ll have noticed some new constants which y-cruncher has not supported before.
And at this point, it’s in a good enough shape to announce. But it’s been on the back of mind for years to add some sort of formula feature to allow people to use y-cruncher’s capabilities to compute other things as well. I’m glad to say that this will finally be coming in v0. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and integer power. Square root and inverse square root. These encompass nearly all of y-cruncher’s internal functionality.
The AGM and large number square root are new to y-cruncher v0. This set of functions is not final and will probably grow a bit more before v0. This custom formula feature may seem like it’s coming out of nowhere. But it’s been in the making for years. Technical Debt: y-cruncher’s mathematical code was never modularized enough to allow such a feature. This took around 2 years of incremental cleanups and refactorings to finally achieve.