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Thu, 12 Jun 1997 09:45:27 +0200 (MES)
On Wed, 11 Jun 1997, TAI SIM YEOH wrote:
> I was wondering if you have a copy of the complex.h library for c. I
> am writing some codes and I need a complex library that will be able to
> handle simple complex arithmetics.
complex.h is a header file (containing definitions and so), the library
routines may be in libc.a, libc.so (static /shared library on unix-like
systems) or what its name (maybe c.lib on DOS-like systems).
complex.h you should find in the default include directory, on unix sth.
like /usr/include and below...
> If you do could you please e-mail me a copy of all the needed codes
> for the complex.h library?
Why? I believe it's fairly standard and should come with your C-Compiler
and /or standard c-library. (Don't flame me if its not true, I'm no
Hope this helps...
DLR Braunschweig: address@hidden
- complex.h, TAI SIM YEOH, 1997/06/11
- Re: complex.h,
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