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changeset 15445:46dd555edd33
Correct malformed tex in documentation changeset 0b6c29cb53d0.
* arith.txi: Correct malformed tex in documentation changeset 0b6c29cb53d0.
author | Rik <rik@octave.org> |
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date | Wed, 26 Sep 2012 08:07:32 -0700 |
parents | 0b6c29cb53d0 |
children | 137de4fbeaf6 |
files | doc/interpreter/arith.txi |
diffstat | 1 files changed, 14 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-) [+] |
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--- a/doc/interpreter/arith.txi +++ b/doc/interpreter/arith.txi @@ -119,17 +119,21 @@ angle in degrees. Octave uses the C library trigonometric functions. It is expected that these -functions are defined by the ISO/IEC 9899 standard. This Standard is available -at: http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg14/www/docs/n1124.pdf. Section F.9.1 deals -with the trigonometric functions. The behavior of most of the functions is -relatively straightforward. However, there are some exceptions to the standard -behavior. Many of the exceptions involve the behavior for -0. -The most complex case is atan2. Octave exactly implements the behavior given -in the Standard. Including @tex $atan2(\pm0, -0)$ @end tex @ifnottex @code -{atan2(+- 0, 0)} @end ifnottex -returns @tex $\pm \pi.$@end tex @ifnottex @code{+- pi}. +functions are defined by the ISO/IEC 9899 Standard. This Standard is available +at: @url{http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg14/www/docs/n1124.pdf}. +Section F.9.1 deals with the trigonometric functions. The behavior of most of +the functions is relatively straightforward. However, there are some +exceptions to the standard behavior. Many of the exceptions involve the +behavior for -0. The most complex case is atan2. Octave exactly implements +the behavior given in the Standard. Including +@tex +$atan2(\pm0, -0)$ returns $\pm \pi$. +@end tex +@ifnottex +@code{atan2(+- 0, 0)} returns @code{+- pi}. +@end ifnottex -It should be noted that Matlab uses different definitions which apparently +It should be noted that @sc{matlab} uses different definitions which apparently do not distinguish -0. @DOCSTRING(sin)