Aux::NumericTools Namespace Reference

Tools to deal with limited precision in numeric computations. More...

## Functions

bool equal (double x, double y, double error=acceptableError)
Test doubles for equality within a given error. More...

bool le (double x, double y, double error=acceptableError)
Test doubles for equality within a given error. More...

bool ge (double x, double y, double error=acceptableError)
Test doubles for equality within a given error. More...

bool logically_equal (double a, double b, double error_factor=1.0)
Test doubles for equality within the smallest possible error. More...

template<typename T >
bool willOverflow (const T &pX, const T &pValue, const T &pMax=std::numeric_limits< T >::max())

template<typename T >
bool willUnderflow (const T &pX, const T &pValue, const T &pMin=std::numeric_limits< T >::min())

## Detailed Description

Tools to deal with limited precision in numeric computations.

## Function Documentation

 bool Aux::NumericTools::equal ( const double x, const double y, const double error )

Test doubles for equality within a given error.

 bool Aux::NumericTools::ge ( const double x, const double y, const double error )

Test doubles for equality within a given error.

 bool Aux::NumericTools::le ( const double x, const double y, const double error )

Test doubles for equality within a given error.

 bool Aux::NumericTools::logically_equal ( double a, double b, double error_factor )

Test doubles for equality within the smallest possible error.

template<typename T >
 bool Aux::NumericTools::willOverflow ( const T & pX, const T & pValue, const T & pMax = `std::numeric_limits::max()` )
template<typename T >
 bool Aux::NumericTools::willUnderflow ( const T & pX, const T & pValue, const T & pMin = `std::numeric_limits::min()` )