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CBOR Library in C#
A C# implementation of Concise Binary Object Representation (CBOR), a general-purpose binary data format defined in RFC 7049. According to that RFC, CBOR's data model "is an extended version of the JSON data model", supporting many more types of data than JSON. This implementation was written by Peter O. and is released to the Public Domain under the CC0 Declaration.
This implementation also doubles as a reader and writer of JSON, and can convert data from JSON to CBOR and back.
The project includes two programs -- a calculator and a JSON/CBOR converter -- which both use the CBOR library and highlight its features.
Finally, this implementation supports arbitrary-precision binary and decimal floating-point numbers and rational numbers with arbitrary-precision components, and supports arithmetic with these numbers.
- Library is designed as a Portable Class Library
- In the public domain, so no license is required to use it
- Arbitrary-precision numbers and arbitrary-precision arithmetic supported
- Can convert to and from JSON and CBOR
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