decimal implements arbitrary precision, decimal floating-point numbers, per
the General Decimal Arithmetic specification.
Useful zero values.
The zero value of a
decimal.Big is 0, just like
Multiple operating modes. Different operating modes allow you to tailor the package's behavior to your needs. The GDA mode strictly implements the GDA specification, while the Go mode implements familiar Go idioms.
decimal is consistently one of the fastest arbitrary-precision decimal
floating-point libraries, regardless of language.
An extensive math library.
math/ subpackage implements elementary and trigonometric functions,
continued fractions, and more.
A familiar, idiomatic API.
decimal's API follows
math/big's API, so there isn't a steep learning
go get github.com/ericlagergren/decimal
decimal uses Semantic Versioning. The current version is 3.3.1.
decimal only explicitly supports the two most recent major Go 1.X versions.