Wed Jun 10 01:49:12 CDT 2009
--- On Tue, 6/9/09, Robert Kern <email@example.com> wrote:
> Umm, explaining the phenomenon necessarily entails showing
> examples of
> the library functions it applies to. This particular
Good, we're on the same page. :-)
> phenomenon is
> *about* how the standard, furnished mathematical functions
> nothing else. But I don't think a full, explicit list is
"Nothing else"? It doesn't apply to user-written, rational functions and algorithms that may divide by small-modulus numbers that should theoretically be zero?
> necessary or
> desirable. "Transcendental functions" plus a few notable
> should cover it.
OK, sounds good.
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