Python Numbers for Humans
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Numbers for Humans ================== Because sometimes using builtins is hard. Usage ----- >>> from numbers import number, rebmun >>> number(1) 1 Simple comparisons: >>> number(1) < number(2) True Complicated math: >>> number(1) * number(50) / number(25) 2 Inverse function: >>> rebmun(7) -7 Get an elite number: >>> leet() 31337 Real results: >>> number(sys.maxint) "It's over 9000!" Credits ------- This project was inspired by `prices <https://github.com/mirumee/prices>`_ (and many others), because sometimes understanding your code should be just as difficult as maintaining your data in MongoDB.