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real Gacos(real x);

is the in degrees specified arc cosine of *x*

real Gadiff(real x, real y);

is the in degrees specified smallest angle between degrees *x* and degrees
*y* (or something)

real Garccos(real x);

is same as ‘`Gacos`’(*x*)

real Garcctg2(real x, real y);

is the in degrees specified arc tangent of *y* / *x*, signs of both
*x* and *y* being used to determine the quadrant of the result (same
as ‘`Gatan2`’(*y*, *x*))

real Garcdiff(real x, real y);

is same as ‘`Gadiff`’(*x*, *y*)

real Garcsin(real x);

is same as ‘`Gasin`’(*x*)

real Garctg(real x);

is same as ‘`Gatan`’(*x*)

real Garctg2(real y, real x);

is same as ‘`Gatan2`’(*y*, *x*)

real Gasin(real x);

is the in degrees specified arc sine of *x*

real Gatan(real x);

is the in degrees specified arc tangent of *x*

real Gatan2(real y, real x);

is the in degrees specified arc tangent of *y* / *x*, signs of both
*x* and *y* being used to determine the quadrant of the result

real Gcos(real x);

is the cosine of degrees *x*

real Gparcctg2(real x, real y);

is the positively defined, in radians specified arc tangent of *y* /
*x*, signs of both *x* and *y* being used to determine the
quadrant of the result (same as ‘`Gpatan2`’(*y*, *x*))

real Gparctg2(real y, real x);

is same as ‘`Gpatan2`’(*y*, *x*)

real Gpatan2(real y, real x);

is the positively defined, in degrees specified arc tangent of *y* /
*x*, signs of both *x* and *y* being used to determine the
quadrant of the result

real Gsin(real x);

is the sine of degrees *x*

real Gtan(real x);

is the tangent of degrees *x*

real Gtg(real x);

is same as ‘`Gtan`’(*x*)

integer abs(integer m);

is the absolute value of *m*

real acos(real x);

is the in radians specified arc cosine of *x*

real adiff(real x, real y);

is the in radians specified smallest angle between radians *x* and radians
*y* (or something)

integer alpha(text s, integer x);

is the base *x* integral interpretation of *s*. *s* is expected
some sequence of base *x* digit characters, possibly prefixed by a mix of
white spaces and sign characters (i.e. minuses and pluses). In bases above
10, the letter ‘`a`’ in either upper or lower cases represents 10, ‘`b`’
represents 11, and so forth, with ‘`z`’ representing 35. *x* is
expected between 2 and 36 inclusive. Or zero, in which case the base is
assumed 16 if the digits sequence is immediately prefixed by ‘`0x`’, 8 if
the sequence starts with ‘`0`’, 10 otherwise.

real arccos(real x);

is same as ‘`acos`’(*x*)

real arcctg2(real x, real y);

is the in radians specified arc tangent of *y* / *x*, signs of both
*x* and *y* being used to determine the quadrant of the result (same
as ‘`atan2`’(*y*, *x*))

real arcdiff(real x, real y);

is same as ‘`adiff`’(*x*, *y*)

real arcsin(real x);

is same as ‘`asin`’(*x*)

real arctg(real x);

is same as ‘`atan`’(*x*)

real arctg2(real y, real x);

is same as ‘`atan2`’(*y*, *x*)

real asin(real x);

is the in radians specified arc sine of *x*

real atan(real x);

is the in radians specified arc tangent of *x*

real atan2(real y, real x);

is the in radians specified arc tangent of *y* / *x*, signs of both
*x* and *y* being used to determine the quadrant of the result

real atof(text s);

is the real decimal interpretation of *s*. *s* is expected some
sequence of decimal digit characters, possibly including a single period sign
(‘`.`’), though not in last position, possibly prefixed (the sequence, not
the characters) by some mix of white spaces and sign characters (minuses and
pluses, that is).

integer atoi(text s);

is the integral decimal interpretation of *s*. *s* is expected some
sequence of decimal digit characters, possibly prefixed (the sequence, not the
characters) by some mix of white spaces and sign characters (minuses and
pluses, that is). Same as ‘`alpha`’(*s*, 10).

cardinal aton(text s);

is the cardinal decimal interpretation of *s*. *s* is expected some
sequence of decimal digit characters, possibly prefixed (the sequence, not the
characters) by some white spaces.

integer base2(integer m);

is the greatest power of 2 less than or equal to *m* if *m* is not
less than zero, some undefined value otherwise

text basename(text s);

is the basename of *s*, what follows the last occurring ‘`/`’

integer bcount(integer m);

is the *m* bitcount (i.e. the number of bits set in *m*)

text bfxa(integer b, integer f, integer x, integer m);

is the base *x*, *f* digits, *b* wide comma separated blocks
representation of *m*

text bfxcardinal(integer b, integer f, integer x, cardinal z);

is the base *x*, *f* digits, *b* wide comma separated blocks
representation of *z*

text bfxinteger(integer b, integer f, integer x, integer m);

is the base *x*, *f* digits, *b* wide comma separated blocks
representation of *m* (same as ‘`bfxa`’(*b*, *f*, *x*,
*m*))

text cat(text s1, text s2);

is the concatenation of *s1* and *s2*

text cat2(text s1, text s2);

is same as ‘`cat`’(*s1*, *s2*)

text cat3(text s1, text s2, text s3);

is the concatenation of *s1*, *s2* and *s3*

text cat4(text s1, text s2, text s3, text s4);

is the concatenation of *s1*, *s2*, *s3* and *s4*

cardinal cardinal(cardinal z);

is *z*

real ceil(real x);

is the up rounded value of *x*

integer character(text s, integer m);

is the (positively defined value of the) *m*th character of *s*, if
such character exists, 0 otherwise (negative position indications are
interpreted with respect to the end of string)

See Negative Indices.

integer compare(text s, text t);

is 0 if *s* is (case sensitive) same as *t*, less than 0 if *s*
is less than *t* and greater than 0 if *s* is greater than *t*

real cos(real x);

is the cosine of radians *x*

text cut(text string, integer offset, integer length);

is the *length* long (shorter if fewer characters are available) substring
starting from *offset* in *string* if *offset* is a valid
position indication, *s* otherwise

integer deck2(integer m);

is the lesser power of 2 greater than or equal to *m* if *m* is not
less than zero, some undefined value otherwise

text delete(text s, integer p);

is the *p* indexed character deleted *s* string (negative position
indications are interpreted with respect to the end of string) if *p* is a
valid position indication, *s* otherwise

See Negative Indices.

cardinal digit(text s, integer x);

is the base *x* integral interpretation of *s*. *s* is expected
some sequence of base *x* digit characters. In bases above 10, the letter
‘`a`’ in either upper or lower cases represents 10, ‘`b`’ represents 11,
and so forth, with ‘`z`’ representing 35. *x* is expected between 2
and 36 inclusive. Or zero, in which case the base is assumed 16 if the digits
sequence is immediately prefixed by ‘`0x`’, 8 if the sequence starts with
‘`0`’, 10 otherwise.

integer drand(integer m);

is a pseudo-random integer between inclusive 0 and *m*

text echo(text s);

is *s*

text erase(text s, integer p, integer q);

is the *p* to *q* indexed characters deleted *s* string
(negative position indications are interpreted with respect to the end of
string) if *p* and *q* are valid position indications, *s*
otherwise

See Negative Indices.

real exp(real x);

is the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to the power of
*x*

real exp2(real x);

is the value of 2 raised to the power of *x*

real fabs(real x);

is the absolute value of *x*

real fclip(real min, real x, real max);

is the minimum between *max* and the maximum between *x* and
*min*

integer ffs(integer m);

is the 1 based position of the first (least significant) bit set in *m* if
any, 0 otherwise

real floor(real x);

is the down rounded value of *x*

integer fls(integer m);

is the 1 based position of the last (most significant) bit set in *m* if
any, 0 otherwise

real fmax(real x, real y);

is the maximum of *x* and *y*

real fmin(real x, real y);

is the minimum of *x* and *y*

real fmod(real x, real y);

is the remainder of dividing *x* by *y*, more specifically *x* -
*n* * *y*, where *n* is the quotient of *x* / *y*,
rounded toward zero to an integer

real fmodf(real x);

is the same sign as *x* fractional part of *x*

integer frame(text s, integer c);

is the position of the last occurrence of the *c* non zero character in
the *s* string if any, -1 otherwise

real frand(void);

is a pseudo-random real between 0 and 1

real fsign(real x);

is -1 if *x* is negative, 0 of *x* is zero, 1 otherwise

integer gcd(integer m, integer n);

is the greatest common denominator of *m* and *n*

integer iclip(integer min, integer m, integer max);

is the minimum between *max* and the maximum between *m* and
*min*

integer icompare(text s, text t);

is 0 if *s* is (case insensitive) same as *t*, non 0 otherwise

integer imatch(text s, text t);

is 0 if *t* wild card (case insensitive) matches the *s* pattern (the
`*` and `?` literal sign are interpreted as for their shell
pattern equivalents), non 0 otherwise

real imodf(real x);

is the same sign as *x* integral part of *x*

integer index(text s, integer c);

is the position of the first occurrence of the *c* non zero character in
the *s* string if any, -1 otherwise

integer initial(text s);

is the first character of *s*, if such character exists, 0 otherwise

text insert(text s, integer p, integer c);

is the before *p* indexed character *c* character inserted *s*
string (negative position indications are interpreted with respect to the end
of string) if *p* is a valid position indication, *s* otherwise

integer integer(integer m);

is *m*

integer irand(integer m, integer n);

is a pseudo-random integer between inclusive *m* and *n*

text itoa(integer m);

is the decimal representation of *m* (same as ‘`bfxa`’(0, 0, 10,
*m*) or ‘`bfxinteger`’(0, 0, 10, *m*))

integer length(text s);

is the length of *s*

real limit(real x);

is the away from zero rounded value of *x*

real ln(real x);

is same as ‘`log`’(*x*)

real log(real x);

is the natural logarithm of *x*

real log10(real x);

is the base 10 logarithm of *x*

real log2(real x);

is the base 2 logarithm of *x*

real lrand(void);

is a pseudo-random real between -1 and 1

integer lz(integer m);

is the *m* leading zero bits count, same as ‘`xls`’(*m*)

integer match(text s, text t);

is 0 if *t* wild card (case sensitive) matches the *s* pattern (the
`*` and `?` literal sign are interpreted as for their shell
pattern equivalents), non 0 otherwise

integer max(integer m, integer n);

is the maximum of *m* and *n*

integer min(integer m, integer n);

is the minimum of *m* and *n*

real modf(real x, real &y);

is the same sign as *x* fractional part of *x*, *y* is the same
sign as *x* integral part of *x*

text ntoa(cardinal z);

is the decimal representation of *z* (same as ‘`bfxcardinal`’(0, 0, 10,
*z*))

real parcctg2(real x, real y);

is the positively defined, in radians specified arc tangent of *y* /
*x*, signs of both *x* and *y* being used to determine the
quadrant of the result (same as ‘`patan2`’(*y*, *x*))

real parctg2(real y, real y);

is same as ‘`patan2`’(*y*, *x*)

real patan2(real y, real x);

is the positively defined, in radians specified arc tangent of *y* /
*x*, signs of both *x* and *y* being used to determine the
quadrant of the result

real pow(real x, real y);

is the value of *x* raised to the power of *y*

text project(text s, integer m);

is *s* after position *m* (negative position indications are
interpreted with respect to the end of string, *m* is clipped to fall
inside *s*)

See Negative Indices.

real real(real x);

is *x*

real round(real x);

is the towards nearest integer, half cases away from zero rounded value of
*x*

integer sign(integer m);

is -1 if *m* is negative, 0 of *m* is zero, 1 otherwise

integer signed(cardinal z);

is *z*

real sin(real x);

is the sine of radians *x*

real sq(real x);

is the square of *x*

real sqrt(real x);

is the square root of *x*

real tan(real x);

is the tangent of radians *x*

real tg(real x);

is same as ‘`tan`’(*x*)

real track(real x);

is the towards zero rounded value of *x*

integer tz(integer m);

is the *m* trailing zero bits count, same as ‘`xfs`’(*m*)

cardinal unsigned(integer m);

is *m*

integer xfs(integer m);

is the 0 based position of the first (least significant) bit set in *m* if
any, the number of bits in *m* otherwise (same as ‘`tz`’(*m*))

integer xls(integer m);

is the 0 based position of the last (most significant) bit set in *m* if
any, the number of bits in *m* otherwise (same as ‘`lz`’(*m*))

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