Qhta.OrdNumbers by Yarreck Qhta

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 Qhta.OrdNumbers 2.1.1

Ordinal number is a sequence of segments separated by dots. A segment is a cardinal number from 0 to 16777215. Each segment number can be directly followed by its variant symbol - a letter from "a" to "z" (or two letters). Variant "a" is the first, variant "z" is 26th. If a segment has more variants than 26 then subsequent variants are symbolized by two-letter sequences: "aa", "ab", "ac" till "iu" (last possible variant is 255th). Ordinal numbers are easily converted to/from strings. One-segment ordinal numbers (without) variants are compatible with integer numbers, two-segment ordinal numbers are compatible with real numbers.

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    <version>2.1.1</version>
    <authors>Yarreck Qhta</authors>
    <owners>Yarreck Qhta</owners>
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    <description>Ordinal number is a sequence of segments separated by dots. A segment is a cardinal number from 0 to 16777215.
Each segment number can be directly followed by its variant symbol  - a letter from "a" to "z" (or two letters).
Variant "a" is the first, variant "z" is 26th. If a segment has more variants than 26 then subsequent variants are symbolized by two-letter sequences: "aa", "ab", "ac" till "iu" (last possible variant is 255th).
Ordinal numbers are easily converted to/from strings. One-segment ordinal numbers (without) variants are compatible with integer numbers, two-segment ordinal numbers are compatible with real numbers.</description>
    <releaseNotes>Operations on OrdNum parts  implemented: StartsWith, LeftSegments, RightSegments, MidSegments.</releaseNotes>
    <tags>ordinal numbers</tags>
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    </dependencies>
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