Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of UsingOct

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03/14/11 06:37:15 (3 years ago)
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    v3 v4  
    1414 
    1515The reader is also modified to make it easier to enter quad-double 
    16 values. {#q} is used to enter both {{{QD-REAL}}} and {{{QD-COMPLEX}}} 
    17 types. For example {{{#q1.25q5}}} is the {{{QD-REAL}} with the value 
    18 {{{125000}}}. The exponent marker is {{{q}}}. To enter a 
    19 {{{QD-COMPLEX}}} value, use {{{#q(r i)}}} where {{{r}}} and {{{i}}} 
    20 are the real and imaginary parts. The parts will be coerced to 
    21 {{{QD-REAL}}} type if necessary. 
     16values. To enable the reader, bind {{{*readtable*}}} to 
     17{{{oct::*oct-readtable*}}}.  {{{#q}}} is used to enter both 
     18{{{QD-REAL}}} and {{{QD-COMPLEX}}} types. For example {{{#q1.25q5}}} 
     19is the {{{QD-REAL}}} with the value {{{125000}}}. The exponent marker 
     20is {{{q}}}. To enter a {{{QD-COMPLEX}}} value, use {{{#q(r i)}}} where 
     21{{{r}}} and {{{i}}} are the real and imaginary parts. The parts will 
     22be coerced to {{{QD-REAL}}} type if necessary. 
    2223 
    2324Here are a few examples of using {{{OCT}}}: