Source:  xint.dtx v1.2b 2015/10/29 (doc 2015/10/29)
Author:  Jean-Francois Burnol
Info:    Expandable operations on big integers, decimals, fractions
License: LPPL 1.3c

1.2b (2015/10/29)

1.2a (2015/10/19)

1.2 (2015/10/10)

1.1c (2015/09/12)

1.1b (2015/08/31)

1.1a (2014/11/07)

1.1 (2014/10/28)

bug fixes
breaking changes

novelties :

1.09n (2014/04/01)

1.09m (2014/02/26)

1.09kb (2014/02/13)

1.09k (2014/01/21)

1.09j (2014/01/09)

1.09i (2013/12/18)

1.09h (2013/11/28)

1.09g (2013/11/22)

1.09f (2013/11/04)

1.09e (2013/10/29)

1.09d (2013/10/22)

1.09c (2013/10/09)

1.09b (2013/10/03)

1.09a (2013/09/24)

1.08b (2013/06/14)

1.08a (2013/06/11)

1.08 (2013/06/07)

1.07 (2013/05/25)

1.06b (2013/05/14)

1.06 (2013/05/07)

1.05 (2013/05/01)

Minor changes and additions to xintfrac and xintcfrac.

1.04 (2013/04/25)

1.03 (2013/04/14)

1.0 (2013/03/28)

Initial announcement:

The xint package implements with expandable TeX macros the basic arithmetic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, as applied to arbitrarily long numbers represented as chains of digits with an optional minus sign.

The xintgcd package provides implementations of the Euclidean algorithm and of its typesetting.

The packages may be used with Plain and with LaTeX.


  1. but values higher than 100 or 200 will presumably give too slow evaluations.