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Topic review - get ring precision (number of digits) value
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  Post subject:  Re: get ring precision (number of digits) value  Reply with quote
Apologies if I misunderstood your question,
If you want to recover details of declared ring, use ringlist command. For example,

ring r = (real,55,57),x,dp;
ringlist(r);  //Displays information regarding current ring as array of arrays.

int R_digits =ringlist(r)[1][2][1];     //55
int R_restdigits = ringlist(r)[1][2][2];    //57
Post Posted: Wed Aug 03, 2016 1:49 pm
  Post subject:  get ring precision (number of digits) value  Reply with quote
assuming that somewhere a ring is declared (by ot hers), lets say

ring R = (real,55,57),x,dp;

is there a Singular function to get the number of digits like

int R_digits ;
int R_restdigits;
R_digits = digits(R);
R_restdigits = restdigits(R);

Post Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 2:39 pm

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