On Feb 16, 8:57 pm, "osmium" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> "FSMehmet" wrote:

> > Hey who can help me to find the 111 digit of pi number in C++

> There are some nice hits on google if you give it

> pi algorithm

> as a search target. But since C++ does not deal innately with numbers as

> large as 111 digits, you will need some way to attack that problem.
Just a nit, but that should read "[...]since most C++

implementations don't support 111 digit numbers[...]". The

standard requires a minimum of 10 decimal digits for double, but

it doesn't set any maximum, so an implementation using 256 byte

doubles would be perfectly conform. Albeit a bit slow for most

uses on most platforms

. (FWIW: I am aware of one

implementation of Fortran which used 256 byte floats on a

Siemens BS2000. And yes, it was very, very slow.)

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