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sack::math::fraction Namespace

This is namespace sack::math::fraction.

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Description 
The following table lists functions in this documentation. 
The following table lists structs, records, enums in this documentation. 
The following table lists macros in this documentation. 
 
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Description 
 
 
 
Add one fraction to another. 
 
 
 
Log coordpair to logfile. 
 
NOT IMPLEMENTED 
 
Results in the integer part of the fraction. If the faction was 330/10 then the result would be 33. 
 
scales a fraction by a signed integer value. 
 
Scales a 32 bit integer value by a fraction. The result is the scaled value result. 
 
Unsafe log of a coordinate pair's value into a string. The string should be at least 69 characters long. 
 
Log a fraction into a string. 
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Description 
 
Sets the value of a FRACTION. This is passed as the whole number and the fraction. 
 
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Description 
 
A coordinate pair is a 2 dimensional fraction expression. can be regarded as x, y or width,height. Each coordiante is a Fraction type. 
 
The faction type. Stores a fraction as integer numerator/denominator instead of a floating point scalar. Pointer to a FRACTION. The faction type. Stores a fraction as integer numerator/denominator instead of a floating point scalar. 
 
A coordinate pair is a 2 dimensional fraction expression. can be regarded as x, y or width,height. Each coordiante is a Fraction type. 
 
The faction type. Stores a fraction as integer numerator/denominator instead of a floating point scalar. Pointer to a FRACTION. The faction type. Stores a fraction as integer numerator/denominator instead of a floating point scalar. 
 
A coordinate pair is a 2 dimensional fraction expression. can be regarded as x, y or width,height. Each coordiante is a Fraction type. 
 
The faction type. Stores a fraction as integer numerator/denominator instead of a floating point scalar. Pointer to a FRACTION. The faction type. Stores a fraction as integer numerator/denominator instead of a floating point scalar. 
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