Hello!
I'm wondering if Neobook has a library of mathematical functions. Examples might be sin(), cos(), tan(), ATAN2(), min(), max(), round(), sqrt(), random()...you get the picture.
Thanks!
---Tom Nally, New Orleans
Moderator: Neosoft Support
Examples might be sin(), cos(), tan(), ATAN2(), min(), max(), round(), sqrt(), random()
Syntax:
Math "formula" "decimal places" "variable"
formula
A mathematical formula. The formula can include the following operators and functions: +, -, *, /, ^, Abs, Sin, Cos, Atan, Sqr, Sqrt, Round, Trunc.
But what would be most helpful would be for Neosoftware to publish a comprehensive list of all function available in the Neobook package, including math functions, string functions, financial functions, and any other kind.
Usually, the arguments for min() and max() are a list of comma-separated items. (Or, as you suggested, it could be an array.)
After looking around, I think it would be accurate to say that Neobook's documentation provides no comprehensive list of native functions.
Regarding Javascript, however, are you saying that any Math Object or Math function available in this list (below) is also available in Neobook by calling a Javascript script?
http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/jsref_obj_math.asp
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