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Tue, 21 Jun 2011 07:04:41 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks to both of you.
I thought arg might be equivalent to phase but its use seems strange that it
is used here?
The author seems to be using
to test if S is complex at any point in the array.
But if that is the case why not use isreal()?
And I don't see how S could be complex from the code above?
The only square root used is rdt which is stricly positive?
Can randn produce complex numbers?? (surely not)
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- ARG?, Bazman76, 2011/06/21
- Re: ARG?, Ben Abbott, 2011/06/21
- Re: ARG?, Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso, 2011/06/21
- Re: ARG?,
- Re: ARG?, James Sherman Jr., 2011/06/21
- Re: ARG?, Bazman76, 2011/06/21