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February 25, 2013, at 11:36 AM
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- corrected informations about return values. Thanks to Alan Barraclough for alertChanged line 15 from:

double cos (double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

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double cos (double __x) // returns cosine of x

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double sin (double __x) // returns sine of x in radians

double sqrt (double __x) // returns square root of x in radians

double tan (double __x) // returns tangent of x in radians

double sqrt (double __x) // returns square root of x in radians

double tan (double __x) // returns tangent of x in radians

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double sin (double __x) // returns sine of x

double sqrt (double __x) // returns square root of x

double tan (double __x) // returns tangent of x

double sqrt (double __x) // returns square root of x

double tan (double __x) // returns tangent of x

January 20, 2013, at 08:08 PM
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- corrected definition of atan2(). Thanks Valentin Py for the alertChanged line 25 from:

double atan2 (double __y, // arc tangent of y/x

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double atan2 (double __y, double __x) // arc tangent of y/x

December 22, 2007, at 03:48 PM
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!!See

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!!!!See also

December 22, 2007, at 03:46 PM
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double sqrt (double __x) returns square root of x in radians

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double sqrt (double __x) // returns square root of x in radians

December 22, 2007, at 03:27 PM
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double modf (double __value, double *__iptr) //breaks the argument value into

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double modf (double __value, double *__iptr) // breaks the argument value into

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double log10 (double __x) //logarithm of x to base 10.

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double log10 (double __x) // logarithm of x to base 10.

December 22, 2007, at 03:26 PM
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double square (double __x) // square of x

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double square (double __x) // square of x

December 22, 2007, at 03:10 PM
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double cos(double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

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double cos (double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

December 22, 2007, at 03:10 PM
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int isnan (double __x) // returns 1 if "not a number"

int isinf (double __x) returns 1 if the argument x is positive or negative infinity

int isinf (double __x) returns 1 if the argument x is positive or negative infinity

December 22, 2007, at 03:09 PM
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* [[../Reference/Float]]

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* [[../Reference/float]]

December 22, 2007, at 03:09 PM
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Arduino trig and exponential functions use the [[http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/user-manual/group__avr__math.html| avr-libc]] library. The library includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, for manipulating floating point numbers.

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Arduino trig and exponential functions use the [[http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/user-manual/group__avr__math.html| avr-libc]] library. The library includes a great number of useful mathematical functions for manipulating floating point numbers.

December 22, 2007, at 03:07 PM
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* [[double]]

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* [[../Reference/double]]

December 22, 2007, at 03:07 PM
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* [[../Float]]

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* [[../Reference/Float]]

December 22, 2007, at 03:05 PM
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* [[Float]]

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* [[../Float]]

December 22, 2007, at 03:05 PM
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Arduino trig and exponential functions use the [[http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/user-manual/group__avr__math.html| avr-libc]] library. The library includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, for manipulating floating point numbers. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

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Arduino trig and exponential functions use the [[http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/user-manual/group__avr__math.html| avr-libc]] library. The library includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, for manipulating floating point numbers.

December 22, 2007, at 03:04 PM
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Arduino trig and exponential functions use the avr-libc library. The library includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, including trigonometric, and logarithmic functions. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

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Arduino trig and exponential functions use the [[http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/user-manual/group__avr__math.html| avr-libc]] library. The library includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, for manipulating floating point numbers. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

December 22, 2007, at 03:02 PM
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double modf (double __value, double *__iptr) //breaks the argument value into integral and fractional parts

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double modf (double __value, double *__iptr) //breaks the argument value into

// integral and fractional parts

// integral and fractional parts

December 22, 2007, at 03:01 PM
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The AVR math library, which is included in your sketch by using the line

[@#include <math.h> // (no semicolon)@]

Includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, including trigonometric, and logarithmic functions. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated, but still supported, does not have enough memory to be able use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

[@#include <math.h> // (no semicolon)@]

Includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, including trigonometric, and logarithmic functions. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated, but still supported, does not have enough memory to be able use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

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Arduino trig and exponential functions use the avr-libc library. The library includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, including trigonometric, and logarithmic functions. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated, but still supported, does not have enough memory to be able to use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated, but still supported, does not have enough memory to be able to use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

December 22, 2007, at 02:55 PM
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!!!!Example:

[@ Someone email a small example to pbadger@verizon.net and I'll put it in here @]

[@ Someone email a small example to pbadger@verizon.net and I'll put it in here @]

July 14, 2007, at 06:27 AM
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includes a great number of mathematical functions. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

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Includes a great number of useful mathematical functions, including trigonometric, and logarithmic functions. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

April 28, 2007, at 05:03 AM
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11 See

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!!See

April 28, 2007, at 05:03 AM
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* [[float]]

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* [[Float]]

April 28, 2007, at 05:02 AM
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11 See

* [[float]]

* [[double]]

April 28, 2007, at 05:01 AM
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double cos(double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

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double cos(double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

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double square (double __x) // square of x

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double square (double __x) // square of x

April 28, 2007, at 05:01 AM
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double cos(double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

double fabs (double __x) // absolute value of a float

double fabs (double __x) // absolute value of a float

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double cos(double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

double fabs (double __x) // absolute value of a float

double fabs (double __x) // absolute value of a float

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double sin (double __x) // returns sine of x in radians

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double sin (double __x) // returns sine of x in radians

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double tan (double __x) // returns tangent of x in radians

double exp (double __x) // function returns the exponential value of x.

double atan (double __x) // arc tangent of x

double exp (double __x) // function returns the exponential value of x.

double atan (double __x) // arc tangent of x

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double tan (double __x) // returns tangent of x in radians

double exp (double __x) // function returns the exponential value of x.

double atan (double __x) // arc tangent of x

double exp (double __x) // function returns the exponential value of x.

double atan (double __x) // arc tangent of x

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double log (double __x) // natural logarithm of x

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double log (double __x) // natural logarithm of x

April 28, 2007, at 05:00 AM
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double fabs (double __x) //absolute value of a float

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double fabs (double __x) // absolute value of a float

April 28, 2007, at 04:59 AM
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The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated, but still supported does not have enough memory to be able use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

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The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated, but still supported, does not have enough memory to be able use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

April 28, 2007, at 04:58 AM
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April 28, 2007, at 04:58 AM
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{@#include <math.h> // (no semicolon)@]

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[@#include <math.h> // (no semicolon)@]

April 28, 2007, at 04:57 AM
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The AVR math library, which is included in your sketch by using the line @@#include <math.h>@@ (no semicolon)

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The AVR math library, which is included in your sketch by using the line

{@#include <math.h> // (no semicolon)@]

{@#include <math.h> // (no semicolon)@]

April 28, 2007, at 04:56 AM
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double atan (double __x) __ATTR_CONST__

double atan2 (double __y, double __x) __ATTR_CONST__

double atan2 (double __y, double __x) __ATTR_CONST__

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double atan (double __x) // arc tangent of x

double atan2 (double __y, // arc tangent of y/x

double atan2 (double __y, // arc tangent of y/x

April 28, 2007, at 04:53 AM
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The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated but still supported does not have enough memory to be able use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

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The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated, but still supported does not have enough memory to be able use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

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[@ Someone email a little example to pbadger@verizon.net and I'll put it in here @]

to:

[@ Someone email a small example to pbadger@verizon.net and I'll put it in here @]

April 28, 2007, at 04:51 AM
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includes a great number of mathematical functions.

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includes a great number of mathematical functions. This is why you graduated from the Basic Stamp.

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!!!! List of functions and desciption

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!!!! List of more common functions with descriptions

This is just a partial list - check the docs for more obscure functions

This is just a partial list - check the docs for more obscure functions

April 28, 2007, at 04:49 AM
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double square (double __x) // square of x

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double square (double __x) // square of x

@]

@]

April 28, 2007, at 04:49 AM
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!!math.h

The AVR math library, which is included in your sketch by using the line @@#include <math.h>@@ (no semicolon)

includes a great number of mathematical functions.

The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated but still supported does not have enough memory to be able use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

The full docs for math.h may be found [[http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/user-manual/group__avr__math.html| here]]

!!!!Example:

[@ Someone email a little example to pbadger@verizon.net and I'll put it in here @]

!!!! List of functions and desciption

[@

double cos(double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

double fabs (double __x) //absolute value of a float

double fmod (double __x, double __y) // floating point modulo

double modf (double __value, double *__iptr) //breaks the argument value into integral and fractional parts

double sin (double __x) // returns sine of x in radians

double sqrt (double __x) returns square root of x in radians

double tan (double __x) // returns tangent of x in radians

double exp (double __x) // function returns the exponential value of x.

double atan (double __x) __ATTR_CONST__

double atan2 (double __y, double __x) __ATTR_CONST__

double log (double __x) // natural logarithm of x

double log10 (double __x) //logarithm of x to base 10.

double pow (double __x, double __y) // x to power of y

int isnan (double __x) // returns 1 if "not a number"

int isinf (double __x) returns 1 if the argument x is positive or negative infinity

double square (double __x) // square of x

The AVR math library, which is included in your sketch by using the line @@#include <math.h>@@ (no semicolon)

includes a great number of mathematical functions.

The Atmega8 chip, which is now dated but still supported does not have enough memory to be able use the math.h library so you will probably need to update to an Atmega168 if you wish to use any of these functions.

The full docs for math.h may be found [[http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/user-manual/group__avr__math.html| here]]

!!!!Example:

[@ Someone email a little example to pbadger@verizon.net and I'll put it in here @]

!!!! List of functions and desciption

[@

double cos(double __x) // returns cosine of x in radians

double fabs (double __x) //absolute value of a float

double fmod (double __x, double __y) // floating point modulo

double modf (double __value, double *__iptr) //breaks the argument value into integral and fractional parts

double sin (double __x) // returns sine of x in radians

double sqrt (double __x) returns square root of x in radians

double tan (double __x) // returns tangent of x in radians

double exp (double __x) // function returns the exponential value of x.

double atan (double __x) __ATTR_CONST__

double atan2 (double __y, double __x) __ATTR_CONST__

double log (double __x) // natural logarithm of x

double log10 (double __x) //logarithm of x to base 10.

double pow (double __x, double __y) // x to power of y

int isnan (double __x) // returns 1 if "not a number"

int isinf (double __x) returns 1 if the argument x is positive or negative infinity

double square (double __x) // square of x