Carey Bloodworth,
an American senior programmer, veteran Pi programmer, and computer chess programmer ^{[1]}, historian and collector ^{[2]}. Carey wrote some very fast pi calculation programs, the first one to compute one billion (2^30) decimal digits of pi on a x86 desktop computer in 1999 in less than 9 days ^{[3]}. His pi calculators also provide tutorials on high-precision and high-performance integer arithmetic ^{[4]}. Carey's abandoned computer chess sites "Classic Computer Chess - ... The programs of yesteryear" are saved by the Internet Archive^{[5]}, and often referred in the Chess Programming Wiki.

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Home * People * Carey BloodworthCarey Bloodworth,an American senior programmer, veteran Pi programmer, and computer chess programmer

^{[1]}, historian and collector^{[2]}. Carey wrote some very fast pi calculation programs, the first one to compute one billion (2^30) decimal digits of pi on a x86 desktop computer in 1999 in less than 9 days^{[3]}. His pi calculators also provide tutorials on high-precision and high-performance integer arithmetic^{[4]}. Carey's abandoned computer chess sites "Classic Computer Chess - ... The programs of yesteryear" are saved by the Internet Archive^{[5]}, and often referred in the Chess Programming Wiki.## Forum Posts

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## External Links

^{[6]}cbpi-v21.zip by Carey Bloodworth

pi-ref.txt by Carey Bloodworth, August 11, 1996

pi8.c by Carey Bloodworth, September 09, 1996, also snippets/pi8.c at master · vonj/snippets · GitHub

pi8.nfo by Carey Bloodworth, September 27, 1996

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