Roman Numeral Conversion API performs Roman numeral conversions and formats date data using Roman numerals and Latin. The romandate command is similar to the standard Unix date command. The romannum command provides command line conversion to and from Roman numerals. Libroman contains the functions roman_ctime(), roman_asctime(), and roman_strftime(). These functions provide the same functionality as ctime(), asctime(), and strftime() using Roman numerals to generate the strings.
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Release Notes: The long2roman() and roman2long() were re-named to int2roman() and roman2int(), which more closely match the actual data types used by these functions. The old function names will still work. roman2int() is more strict about the Roman numeral syntax. Invalid numerals such as VX, VV, IIIII, IC, and IXI now produce an error. Romannum now auto-detects the type of conversion to perform instead of depending on a command line switch.
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