Interpreter with GMP built in?

Décio Luiz Gazzoni Filho decio at
Tue Dec 28 00:12:27 CET 2004

I like PARI/GP:

It's sort of a CAS for number theory, but you can put aside the number theory 
part and do whatever you want. Many non-number-theoretic functions built in 

PARI is actually a C library, while GP is the scripting language (which, BTW, 
can be compiled to C using the gp2c utility, and is quite handy to shave some 
time off long computations).


On Monday 27 December 2004 19:03, SpamFiltering173H4 at wrote:
> I'm looking for a C-ish language interpreter (such as Cint, EiC, etc.) that
> has GMP built into it.
> It'd be convenient to have a reasonably complete language interpreter with
> big numbers already built right into it.
> So you can easily do things like:
> Func(xxx)
> {int x,y;
>  BigInt z;
>  BigFloat f;
> blah blah blah blah
> }
> And just run it with no compiling.  Re-edit it, run it again, etc. etc.
> I used to use GNU BC for that, but, well, let's face it.... it's not fast!
> Anybody know of one?
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