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CMATH - Complex-number math library for Borland C/C++
CMATH is a comprehensive library for complex-number arithmetics and
mathematics. In contrast to C++-written complex class libraries, this
true Assembler implementation ensures superior computational efficiency,
mathematical accuracy and safety.
All functions exist in two alternative forms:
a C++ form with overloaded function names, like sin, exp, operator
a plain-C form with data-type specific function names, like cf_sin,
cd_exp, ce_div, where the prefix determines the level of accuracy
(complex float, double, or extended).
Changes: The necessary adjustments have been made for CMATH to work with
the new version 4 of BCBuilder, while maintaining compatibility
with the older BC++ versions. Slight improvements with respect
to speed and accuracy have also been made for the forward and
inverse trigonometric functions.
Licensing : Shareware
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