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physuser

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Does anyone know a spreadysheet type of a program that can calculate 100 digit numbers to 20-30 decimal places?

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physuser

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Does anyone know a spreadysheet type of a program that can calculate 100 digit numbers to 20-30 decimal places?

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Bill Simpson

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http://numeratepro.com/Spreadsheets.html

Free and paid version

http://precisioncalc.com/xlprecision.html

Free I think linux/unix

http://siag.nu/siag/

arbitrary precision spreadsheet

and see lots of other leads

(might be better posted or moved to the Math&Science Software section)

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physuser

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The excel plugins that you recomended do not handle very large numers.

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Bill Simpson

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The excel plugins that you recomended do not handle very large numers.

???

Scraped directly from the web pages I gave you:

"Numerate Pro allows full arbitrary precision calculations in any cell simply by setting the desired precision."

"If you're a programmer, you can also call xlPrecision's arbitrary-precision (bignum, multi-precision) arithmetic library functions directly from your own programming code."

"Recent Features

Arbitrary precision integer functions.

Arbitrary precision floating-point functions."

Where are you finding it documented that these do not handle "very large numbers"?

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physuser

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I tried to look for the Math&Science Software section on this forum but could not find it.

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NemoReally

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Does it have to be a spreadsheet?

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