Library extending the default Java numeric support
NumberParser simplifies the usage of numeric types and extends the default mathematical support in Java. It is the second part of FlexibleParser.
This Java version is a conversion of the code which I originally developed in C#.
released on 18 October 2017
I, Alvaro Carballo Garcia (varocarbas), am the sole author of each single bit of this code. Equivalently to what happens with all my other online contributions, this code can be considered public domain.
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Leaders and contributors
|Alvaro Carballo Garcia (Varocarbas)||Sole author|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||JRE 8|
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