I want to get values of factorial divisions such as
100!/(2!5!60!)(the numbers in the denominator will all be smaller than the numerator, and the sum of the denominators(numbers without factorial) can be at max 100) etc.
I read in a forum that a Pascal's triangle can be used for calculating such results, but a lot of searching didn't tell me how to do so.
It is actually for a programming problem, and I tried using the lgamma function to calculate the value, but that gives an error as I need a lot of precision.
So what could be used to calculate such factorial divisions?