# Can I localize a ring at a prime ideal?

In my particular case, it's a ring of integers in a number field.

Can I localize a ring at a prime ideal?

In my particular case, it's a ring of integers in a number field.

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Last updated: **Sep 16 '15**

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I think that localization is not supported in SageMath yet. (It would be nice to have it!) I simply found a

`LocalizationRing`

class given as an example in the documentation: http://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/refer.... You may use this example to define your own class.