## Calculator for large integer numbersThe calculation with large unsigned integer numbers is possible using the setting "uint" in the calculator. Rounding errors are impossible here because floating-point arithmetic is not used. The calculator can display integer numbers with a maximum of about 20000 decimal digits. For the calculation with large integer numbers, the following arithmetic operations are available: - Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
- Modulo function for the calculation of the division remainder
- Exponentiation
- Root calculation for an integer root exponent
- Logarithm calculation of an integer base
- Factorial calculation
- Binomial coefficient "n choose k"
- Greatest common divisor gcd
- Least common multiple lcm
- Modular exponentiation x^y mod z
- Multiplicative inverse
If the result of a calculation is not an integer number only the integer part of the result is calculated and displayed in the calculator. ## Number baseThe integer calculator can perform all arithmetic operations with the number bases 2, 8, 10 or 16. In order to convert a number into another number system, select the output number base, enter the number to be converted into the calculator and press the equality key. |