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Integer Information Metanode
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This is the master index and explanation of the integer writeups created by the user NN.
If you have any suggestions or ideas of things to add to the writeups, please `/msg` me, N-Wing. (If it is a long suggestion, just add it as a writeup here, and /msg me.)

**Wanted** (I would really appreciate whoever provided me with this stuff)

- math packages in Java that do floating-point operations on large numbers (the ones in the
`java.math` package don't have all the functionality I want, like roots and logs)
- how to say numbers in other languages (example: 3 in Spanish is "tres")

**Generation Information** (about this project)

The entire generation program and the autonoder libraries are written in Java.
Currently, one program is run that generates an HTML file for each number, and the autonoder takes them and submits the writeup to E2.
There are three reasons they are separate:

- so I can easily preview them before they're uploaded
- I'm not always online, so I can run the computationally expensive (read: slow) part while offline, and batch-upload later
- I'm too lazy to combine them
`:)`

**Represention** (notes on the display of the various mathematical things)

Except where indicated otherwise, all numbers are in decimal, or base 10 (base 1111111111 (base 1)).

(HTML can't display mathematical equations very well, and not all popular browsers support many character entities, or MathML), so (some things are displayed in several ways, and aren't mathematically correct in the display).

Exponents are represented two ways;
for example, 2 to the 3^{rd} power is shown as
2^{3} and 2^3
.

Multiplication is shown via a *; for example, 2 times 3 is shown as 2 * 3 .

Division is shown via a /; for example, 2 divided by 3 is shown as 2/3 .

Numbers written in scientific notation denote the * 10^{m}, or 10^*m*, via a small capital E;
for example, 0.000001234 would be displayed as
1.234E-6,
which is the same as 1.234 * 10^{-6} or 1.234 * 10^-6
.

**Sources** (sorted by author)

- old chestnut: language equations writeups
- these writeups by /dev/joe have some information about different numbers (example: 12 E. in a D. = 12 eggs in a dozen)
`npb` Java libraries
- various Java classes, copyright 2000 by Nathan Bronecke and released under the LGPL :
things in
`npb.everything` enabled me to autonode in Java; things in `npb.math` were useful for some of the math manipulation
*The Book of Numbers*
- a book by John H. Conway and Richard K. Guy, copyright 1996 by Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., ISBN 0-387-97993-X, chapters 1 ("The Romance of Numbers") and 2 ("Figures from Figures: Doing Arithmetic and Algebra by Geometry") :
some numeric formulas (like
*n*^{th} pentatop number), and probably other things; this is a neat book, covering different numeric concepts, and geared for all ages (OK, not all ages, but people with different backgrounds, not just math nuts)
*Children of Dune*
- a book by Frank Herbert copyright 1976 by himself and not the publisher Ace Books :
for the numbers 1 to 6 in Fremen; note: yes, I know, Dune is fictious, and Fremen is a fictious language, but I wrote this thing, so I use do whatever languages I want to use
`:P`
`Number::Spell`
- a Perl module, version 0.04, by Les Howard :
the names of big numbers, and how the British name big numbers (this wasn't really used directly, but the code kind of helped me in writing my own number spelling)

**Also thanks to...**
- The Cow
- for suggesting an alternative name to the "letter outline" A, B, ... Z, AA, AB, ... AZ, BA, ... series ("spreadsheet column number" and "database column number")

**Integer List** (the integers that have been noded under this project)

(Do you want to see [a] certain integer[s]? `/msg`

me! (Maximum is about 1 million (1000000)))