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## Functions using complex numbers

float Cabs(fcomplex);

This function returns the modulus of its argument.

This function returns the sum of its arguments.

fcomplex Ccos_c(fcomplex);

This function returns the complex cosine of its argument.

fcomplex Cdiv(fcomplex, fcomplex);

This function returns the quotient of the first argument by the second.

fcomplex Cexp_c(fcomplex);

This function returns the complex exponential of its argument.

fcomplex Cinv(fcomplex);

This function returns the inverse of its argument.

fcomplex Clog_c(fcomplex);

This function returns the complex logarithm of its argument.

fcomplex Clog_p(fpolaire);

This function returns the complex logarithm of its argument.

fcomplex Cmul(fcomplex, fcomplex);

This function returns the product of its arguments.

fcomplex Cnegat(fcomplex);

This function returns the opposite of its argument.

fcomplex Complex(float, float);

This function returns the complex number whose real and imaginary parts are respectively the first and the second argument.

fcomplex Conjg(fcomplex);

This function returns the conjugate of its argument.

fpolaire Conv_ctp(fcomplex);

This function returns its argument in polar coordinates.

fcomplex Conv_ptc(fpolaire);

This function returns its argument in usual coordinates.

fcomplex Cpuis(fcomplex, float);

This function returns the power of the first argument to the second.

fcomplex Csqrt(fcomplex);

This function returns the principal square root of its argument.

fcomplex Csin_c(fcomplex);

This function returns the complex sine of its argument.

fcomplex Csub(fcomplex, fcomplex);

This function returns the difference of its arguments (1st - 2nd).

double dCabs(dcomplex);

This function returns the modulus of its argument.

This function returns the sum of its arguments.

dcomplex dCcos_c(dcomplex);

This function returns the complex cosine of its argument.

dcomplex dCdiv(dcomplex, dcomplex);

This function returns the quotient of the first argument by the second.

dcomplex dCexp_c(dcomplex);

This function returns the complex exponential of its argument.

dcomplex dClog_c(dcomplex);

This function returns the complex logarithm of its argument.

dcomplex dClog_p(dpolaire);

This function returns the complex logarithm of its argument.

dcomplex dCmul(dcomplex, dcomplex);

This function returns the product of its arguments.

dcomplex dCnegat(dcomplex);

This function returns the opposite of its argument.

dcomplex dComplex(double, double);

This function returns the complex number whose real and imaginary parts are respectively the first and the second argument.

dcomplex dConjg(dcomplex);

This function returns the conjugate of its argument.

dpolaire dConv_ctp(dcomplex);

This function returns its argument in polar coordinates.

dcomplex dConv_ptc(dpolaire);

This function returns its argument in usual coordinates.

dcomplex dCpuis(dcomplex, double);

This function returns the power of the first argument to the second.

dcomplex dCsin_c(dcomplex);

This function returns the complex sine of its argument.

dcomplex dCsub(dcomplex, dcomplex);

This function returns the difference of its arguments (1st - 2nd).

This function returns the sum of its arguments.

dpolaire dPconjg(dpolaire);

This function returns the conjugate of its argument.

dpolaire dPdiv(dpolaire, dpolaire);

This function returns the quotient of its arguments.

dpolaire dPexp_c(dcomplex);

This function returns the complex exponential of its argument.

dpolaire dPexp_p(dpolaire);

This function returns the complex exponential of its argument.

dpolaire dPinv(dpolaire);

This function returns the inverse of its argument.

dpolaire dPlog_c(dpolaire);

This function returns the complex logarithm of its argument.

dpolaire dPmul(dpolaire, dpolaire);

This function returns the product of its arguments.

dpolaire dPolaire(double, double);

This function returns the complex number whose polar coordinates are the arguments.

dpolaire dPpuis(dpolaire, double);

This function returns the power of the first argument to the second.

dpolaire dPsqrt(dpolaire);

This function returns the principal square root of its argument.

dpolaire dPsub(dpolaire, dpolaire);

This function returns the difference of its arguments (1st - 2nd).

dcomplex dRCdiv(dcomplex, double);

This function returns the quotient of the first argument by the second.

dcomplex dRCmul(double, dcomplex);

This function returns the product of the two arguments.

dpolaire dRPdiv(dpolaire, double);

This function returns the quotient of the first argument by the second.

dpolaire dRPmul(double, dpolaire);

This function returns the product of the two arguments.

This function returns the sum of its arguments.

fpolaire Pconjg(fpolaire);

This function returns the conjugate of its argument.

fpolaire Pdiv(fpolaire, fpolaire);

This function returns the quotient of the first argument by the second.

fpolaire Pexp_c(fcomplex);

This function returns the complex exponential of its argument.

fpolaire Pexp_p(fpolaire);

This function returns the complex exponential of its argument.

fpolaire Pinv(fpolaire);

This function returns the inverse of its argument.

fpolaire Plog_c(fpolaire);

This function returns the complex logarithm of its argument.

fpolaire Pmul(fpolaire, fpolaire);

This function returns the product of its arguments.

fpolaire Polaire(float, float);

This function returns the complex number whose polar coordinates are the arguments.

fpolaire Ppuis(fpolaire, float);

This function returns the power of the first argument to the second.

fpolaire Psqrt(fpolaire);

This function returns the principal square root of its argument.

fpolaire Psub(fpolaire, fpolaire);

This function returns the difference of its arguments (1st - 2nd).

fcomplex RCdiv(fcomplex, float);

This function returns the quotient of the first argument by the second.

fcomplex RCmul(float, fcomplex);

This function returns the product of the two arguments.

fpolaire RPdiv(fpolaire, float);

This function returns the quotient of the first argument by the second.

fpolaire RPmul(float, fpolaire);

This function returns the product of the two arguments.

dcomplex xdCinv(dcomplex);

This function returns the inverse of its argument.

dcomplex xdCsqrt(dcomplex);

This function returns the principal square root of its argument.

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2009-11-12