CTAN update: bnumexpr
The package bnumexpr allows _expandable_ computations with big integers, the four infix operators +, -, *, / (which does rounded division), the power operators ^ or **, the factorial !, the truncated division //, and its associated modulo /:. For example: \thebnumexpr (92874927979^5-3197927979^6)/30!\relax outputs -4006240736596543944035189. By default the underlying arithmetic macros are the ones provided by package xintcore  (its release 1.2 is required).  http://www.ctan.org/pkg/xint bnumexpr has only one option _custom_ which says to not load xintcore, and a command \bnumexprsetup to inform the package which macros to use if not those from xintcore. This is a breaking release: some options and commands from v1.1 are not defined anymore (as \bnumexprsetup provides a new interface), and documents which used them will need updating.
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Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau
bnumexpr – Extends ε-TeX’s \numexpr...\relax construct to big integers
The package extends ε-TeX \numexpr...\relax operation to allow big integers, powers, factorials, truncated division and its associated modulo.
By default, bnumexpr loads package xintcore (part of the xint bundle) and uses its arithmetic macros.
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