Pi and Other Enormous Numbers or Large Numbers programs:
 1 anybasearith.zip (22 kB) Uses enormous (or large) rational numbers up to 100 000 digits in any base to add, subtract, multiply, divide, either with decimals or without.  Bases beyond 66 you use bracketed numbers.  The number of decimals as a result of division can be specified. 2 base10arithconvert.zip (28 kB) Similar to the above program (anybasearith.exe) except the arithmetic operations are all done in base 10, then you can convert any or all the numbers to any base you like. 3 base66arith.zip (23 kB) Similar to anybasearith.exe except the maximum base is 66. 4 Repdecanybas.zip (36 kB) This program uses enormous numbers division.  Then the repetitive pattern of the resulting rational number can be found in any base.  Also fraction operations for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing can be done with any size rational numbers.  The results can then be changed to a decimal in order to find the repeating pattern in any base.  All or any of the numbers can be converted to any base.  using a base beyond 66 requires square bracketed numbers. 5 dividerepeat2.zip (22 kB) This program also uses enormous numbers division to find the repeating decimal in base 10.  You can then produce a picture pattern of the decimal in various colors.  The width of the picture pattern can then be changed to see the pattern better.  Similarly the width of the decimal number can be changed to see the number pattern better. 6 Factorialbases.zip (36 kB) Used to find the enormous number factorial of any number in any base using several methods.  For base beyond 66 you must bracket the number and the result is a bracketed number.  You can also calculate any range of factorials in one go. Also a given factorial in a range of bases.  You have the option to start with a number other than 1. 7 multifunc3pi.zip (16 kB) Finding many digits of Pi 8 Similar characters zip (39 kB) A program to find similar combinations of characters (digits or alphas) in 4 different texts. e.g. in Pi, exp, sin, cos, etc. or in messages.  Finding when the positions are the same:

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