Mathematical functions C++11/14 introduces several new mathematical functions, which are all overloaded for the types float, double and long double and that are defined in the header file cmath. The following table summerizes the new functions. Basic operations remainder signed remainder of the division operation remquo signed remainder as well as the three last bits… Continue reading C++11/14 for scientific computing III
Complex numbers The template class std::complex and functions for complex numbers (defined in the header file complex) have been extended in C++11/14. The new function std::proj returns the projection of the complex number $z$ onto the Riemann sphere. The functions std::asin, std::acos and std::atan calculate the inverse of the sine, cosine and tangent for complex… Continue reading C++11/14 for scientific computing II
In 2011 a new standard for the C++ programming language has been published, which is commonly referred to as C++11. This new standard introduces many new language features and standard library functions. Many of these new features have been introduced to make C++ more flexible and to make C++ more easy to use. Bjarne Stroustrup… Continue reading C++11/14 for scientific computing I
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