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## Re: Calling sqrt() in a dynamic function

**From**: |
John W. Eaton |

**Subject**: |
Re: Calling sqrt() in a dynamic function |

**Date**: |
Wed, 11 Feb 2004 12:02:39 -0600 |

On 11-Feb-2004, Thomas Weber <address@hidden> wrote:
| However, elem_xpow (X, 0.5) (declared in xpow.h) works.
Yes. The disadvantage is that the result is an octave_value object,
not a Matrix, but the advantage is that if some elements of your
matrix are less than zero, you will get a complex result automatically
instead of NaN.
jwe
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