Posted on 1998-01-18
Last Modified: 2010-04-02
Please explain libraries.  Is there a 'C' library for
trigonometry functions, such as sine, cosine, etc.
Question by:joebig
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julio011597 earned 100 total points
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Libraries are bunch of pre-compiled functions, macros, variables, and so on, that you can import in your programs by including the appropriate header files; i guess a tutorial on C programming is required to make things clear (you have to learn C concepts on visibility).

Trigonometry functions are avilable through the math.h header.


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ID: 1257008
Thanks, Julio.  I will investigate the math.h file

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