Extensions to Core.Float.
val pretty : ?on_negative:[ `Blow_up | `Normal | `Print_dir ] -> float -> string
pretty-print a float using no more than five characters, using abberviations k, m, g, t.

if on_negative is not set to `Normal then the resulting is never over four chars but upon negative number we either:

  • raise a failure
  • or print "<0"
val to_string_hum : float -> string
val order_of_magnitude_difference : float -> float -> int
order_of_magnitude_difference a b by how many orders of magnitude do a and b differ? The return value is non-negative.

examples:

  • order_of_magnitude_difference 11. 1001. = 2
  • order_of_magnitude_difference 1001. 11. = 2
  • order_of_magnitude_difference 131. 11. = 1
  • order_of_magnitude_difference 200. 0.003 = 5
include Number.Verified_std with type repr = Core.Std.Float.t
module type Fraction = sig .. end
include S0 with type repr = Core.Std.Float.t
val one : t
val random : ?rng:Core.Std.Random.State.t -> unit -> t
module Fraction : Fraction with type t = Core.Std.Float.t