base

Full standard library replacement for OCaml
IN THIS PACKAGE
val int_to_int32 : int -> int32 option

Ocaml has the following integer types, with the following bit widths on 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.

                            arch  arch
                type        32b   64b
                ----------------------
                int          31    63  (32 when compiled to JavaScript)
                nativeint    32    64
                int32        32    32
                int64        64    64

In both cases, the following inequalities hold:

width(int) < width(nativeint)
&& width(int32) <= width(nativeint) <= width(int64)

The conversion functions come in one of two flavors.

If width(foo) <= width(bar) on both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures, then we have

val foo_to_bar : foo -> bar 

otherwise we have

val foo_to_bar     : foo -> bar option
val foo_to_bar_exn : foo -> bar
val int_to_int32_exn : int -> int32
val int_to_int32_trunc : int -> int32
val int_to_int64 : int -> int64
val int_to_nativeint : int -> nativeint
val int32_to_int : int32 -> int option
val int32_to_int_exn : int32 -> int
val int32_to_int_trunc : int32 -> int
val int32_to_int64 : int32 -> int64
val int32_to_nativeint : int32 -> nativeint
val int64_to_int : int64 -> int option
val int64_to_int_exn : int64 -> int
val int64_to_int_trunc : int64 -> int
val int64_to_int32 : int64 -> int32 option
val int64_to_int32_exn : int64 -> int32
val int64_to_int32_trunc : int64 -> int32
val int64_to_nativeint : int64 -> nativeint option
val int64_to_nativeint_exn : int64 -> nativeint
val int64_to_nativeint_trunc : int64 -> nativeint
val int64_fit_on_int63_exn : int64 -> unit
val int64_is_representable_as_int63 : int64 -> bool
val nativeint_to_int : nativeint -> int option
val nativeint_to_int_exn : nativeint -> int
val nativeint_to_int_trunc : nativeint -> int
val nativeint_to_int32 : nativeint -> int32 option
val nativeint_to_int32_exn : nativeint -> int32
val nativeint_to_int32_trunc : nativeint -> int32
val nativeint_to_int64 : nativeint -> int64
val num_bits_int : int
val num_bits_int32 : int
val num_bits_int64 : int
val num_bits_nativeint : int
module Make (I : sig ... end) : sig ... end

human-friendly string (and possibly sexp) conversions

module Make_hex (I : sig ... end) : sig ... end

in the output, to_string, of_string, sexp_of_t, and t_of_sexp convert between t and signed hexadecimal with an optional "0x" or "0X" prefix.

val sexp_of_int_style : [ `No_underscores | `Underscores ] Caml.ref

global ref affecting whether the sexp_of_t returned by Make is consistent with the to_string input or the to_string_hum output

val insert_delimiter_every : string -> delimiter:char -> chars_per_delimiter:int -> string

utility for defining to_string_hum on numeric types -- takes a string matching (-|+)?0-9a-fA-F+ and puts delimiter every chars_per_delimiter characters starting from the right.

val insert_delimiter : string -> delimiter:char -> string

insert_delimiter_every ~chars_per_delimiter:3

val insert_underscores : string -> string

insert_delimiter ~delimiter:'_'