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Re: Complex.h file
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005 18:55:33 +0000 (UTC)
Tony Richardson <email@example.com> wrote:
> _Complex double x = 7 + 8i;
> x += -3 - 4i;
> x *= 2 + 5i;
> x /= 3 - 4i;
> printf("(%f,%f)\n", creal(x), cimag(x));
> but it does not have built-in support for all of the complex functions
> that are declared in complex.h. I would assume the "problem" is
> more of newlib issue than a gcc one.
That's good news - I couldn't find much info on the nuts and bolts of the
complex stuff in gcc-3.4.x (Is there some manual that is up-to-date? The
gcc manuals I found are from 2002 or older).
I just tried to change a few complex declarations to _Complex on the big
machine and they even seem compatible with the normal 'complex'
The program doesn't use sophisticated complex functions, so there's a
good possibility it'll work.
Anyway, I'll also explore the minGW way, as I would appreciate
Thanks for the info.
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