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A number cruncher software that can work with very large numbers

A quick check with python3.6 64 bit: In [13]: n = 1234*10**40000 In [14]: len(str(n)) Out[14]: 40004 In [15]: m = n + 1 In [16]: m-n Out[16]: 1 If you need really big integer numbers with no loss ...
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Java equivalent to NumPy

The nd4j.org API tries to mimic the semantics of Numpy, Matlab and scikit-learn. deeplearning4j.org is based on nd4j.
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A number cruncher software that can work with very large numbers

If you are on a Mac I would try Math Studio. Python with its Numpy module works well on any platform. Python will do integer math to however many digits you want limited by computer memory. Python is ...
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dimensional analysis (units checking) in python?

The is pint which is a Python package to define, operate and manipulate physical quantities. Python 2.6+, 3 BSD licence Usable with numpy without patching numpy Handles conversions between compatible ...
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C++ numerical integration library

You should consider the relatively popular GNU Scientific Library (GSL), which is by the way what GCC uses internally (although not the numerical integration part). It has a pretty long manual ...
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A number cruncher software that can work with very large numbers

I would suggest that you look at Wolfram Mathematica as @john suggested. The only thing is that John should not state something he does not know. There are other commercial packages such as ...
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Java equivalent to NumPy

NM Dev is a Java numerical library (commercial, community and academical licenses ). The open source of it is available at: https://github.com/nmdev2020/SuanShu
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Programs for calculations in quantum mechanics and theory of relativity

QuTiP: Quantum Toolbox in Python QuTiP is open source software for simulating the dynamics of closed and open quantum systems. The QuTiP library uses the excellent Numpy, Scipy, and Cython packages as ...
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