* Description of 64Bit_to_Integer
* @author peter
Was not implemented!
( #0 Sixty_four_base )
This is the primary function of this project. It takes a 64 bit stored value as a single character
and converts it into an Integer with a base of ten. The purpose of this is to access mysql databases
with a 64 bit conversion. I will likely build a mysql version of this for fun if I ever get around to doing that
This takes 0 - 9, a - z, A - Z and - and finally _
It returns an array with an output of SUCCESS and a payload of the value
this is in case I make modifications to this project.
Please note that this uses PHP gmp which allows integers of large values, however this is very wasteful when compaired
to storing the same number as a flaot. However the persicion is needed.
Does not work with negative numbers
( #0 Integer )
* This generates a base 64 letter from a base 10 integer.
* Does not work with negative numbers
* @param type $Integer
* As of 0.03 release this should work.