Wednesday, November 30, 2016

C Math Trigonometric Functions

Trigonometric Functions:
arg - floating point value representing an angle in radians

sin double sin( double arg );
sinf(C99) float sinf( float arg );
sinl(C99) long double sinl( long double arg );
cos double cos( double arg );
cosf(C99) float cosf( float arg );
cosl(C99) long double cosl( long double arg );
tan double tan( double arg );
tanf(C99) float tanf( float arg );
tanl(C99) long double tanl( long double arg );
asin double asin( double arg );
asinf(C99) float asinf( float arg );
asinl(C99) long double asinl( long double arg );
acos double acos( double arg );
acosf(C99) float acosf( float arg );
acosl(C99) long double acosl( long double arg );
atan double atan( double arg );
atanf(C99) float atanf( float arg );
atanl(C99) long double atanl( long double arg );
atan2 double atan2( double arg );
atan2f(C99) float atan2f( float arg );
atan2l(C99) long double atan2l( long double arg );

Trigonometric Functions
Hyperbolic Functions
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Power and Absolute-value Functions
Error and Gamma Functions
Nearest Integer Functions
Remainder Functions
Manipulation Functions
Maximum, Minimum, and Positive difference Functions
Floating multiply-add Functions
Classification macro Functions
Comparison macro Functions

Related topics:
Library Functions in C   |   Standard Library in C   |   Header Files in C   |   Functions in C   |   Keywords in C   |   Data Types in C   |   Pointers in C

List of topics: C Programming

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