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1. Arc cosine 

Description

Return the arc cosine of a specific argument.

Format

acos(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

acos(-1)

    • arg_1 : -1
    • result : 3.141592653589793
  Example 2

acos(0)

    • arg_1 : 0
    • result : 1

2. Arc sine 

Description

Returns the arc sine of a specific argument.

Format

asin(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

asin(0)

    • arg_1 : 0
    • result : 0
  Example 2

asin(0.75)

    • arg_1 : 0.75
    • result : 0.848062078981481

3. Arc tangent

Description

When invoked with one argument, it returns the arc tangent of arg_1. When invoked with two arguments, it returns the arc tangent of the coordinates (arg_1, arg2).

Format 1

  atan(arg_1) → result
  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Format 2

  atan(arg_1, arg_2) → result
  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • arg_2 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

atan(10)

    • arg_1 : 10
    • result : 1.4711276743037345
  Example 2

atan(-3,9)

    • arg_1 : -3
    • arg_2 : 9
    • result : -1.2490457723982544

4. Bitwise AND

Description

Retrieves the Bitwise AND of the specified arguments.

Format

band(arg_1, arg_2) → result

  • arg_1 : Integer
  • arg_2 : Integer
  • result : Integer

Examples

  Example 1

band(1,2)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 0
  Example 2

band(2,3)

    • arg_1 : 2
    • arg_1 : 3
    • result : 1

5. Bitwise NOT

Description

Retrieves the Bitwise NOT of the specified arguments.

Format

bnot(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Integer
  • result : Integer

Examples

  Example 1

bnot(1)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • result : -2
  Example 2

bnot(3)

    • arg_1 : 3
    • result : -4

6. Bitwise OR

Description

Retrieve the Bitwise OR of the specified arguments.

Format

bor(arg_1, arg_2) → result

  • arg_1 : Integer
  • arg_2 : Integer
  • result : Integer

Examples

  Example 1

bor(1,2)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 3
  Example 2

bor(2,3)

    • arg_1 : 2
    • arg_1 : 3
    • result : 3

7. Bitwise XOR

Description

Retrieves the Bitwise XOR of the specified arguments.

Format

bxor(arg_1, arg_2) → result

  • arg_1 : Integer
  • arg_2 : Integer
  • result : Integer

Examples

  Example 1

bxor(1,2)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 3
  Example 2

bxor(2,3)

    • arg_1 : 2
    • arg_1 : 3
    • result : 1
  Example 2

bxor(3,3)

    • arg_1 : 3
    • arg_1 : 3
    • result : 0

8. Bitwise left shift

Description

Shifts arg_1 to the left as many positions as specified in arg_2.

Format

lshift(arg_1, arg_2) → result

  • arg_1 : Integer
  • arg_2 : Integer
  • result : Integer

Examples

  Example 1

lshift(1,1)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • arg_1 : 1
    • result : 2
  Example 2

lshift(3,2)

    • arg_1 : 3
    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 12
  Example 2

lshift(-2,1)

    • arg_1 : -2
    • arg_1 : 1
    • result : -4

9. Bitwise right shift

Description

Shifts arg_1 to the right as many positions as specified in arg_2.

Format

rshift(arg_1, arg_2) → result

  • arg_1 : Integer
  • arg_2 : Integer
  • result : Integer

Examples

  Example 1

rshift(1,1)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • arg_1 : 1
    • result : 0
  Example 2

rshift(15,2)

    • arg_1 : 15
    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 3
  Example 2

rshift(-4,2)

    • arg_1 : -4
    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : -1

10. Bitwise unsigned right shift

Description

Shifts arg_1 to the right as many positions as specified in arg_2.

Format

urshift(arg_1, arg_2) → result

  • arg_1 : Integer
  • arg_2 : Integer
  • result : Integer

Examples

  Example 1

urshift(1,1)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • arg_1 : 1
    • result : 0
  Example 2

urshift(15,2)

    • arg_1 : 15
    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 3
  Example 2

urshift(-4,2)

    • arg_1 : -4
    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 1073741823

11. Cosine

Description

Returns the cosine of the specified argument.

Format

cos(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

cos(0)

    • arg_1 : 0
    • result : 1
  Example 2

cos(1.57)

    • arg_1 : 1.57
    • result : 0.0007963267107332633

12. Exponential: base e

Description

Returns the value of e to the power of the argument.

Format

exp(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

exp(2)

    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 7.38905609893065
  Example 2

exp(0)

    • arg_1 : 0
    • result : 1

13. Exponential: base e

Description

Returns the value of e to the power of the argument.

Format

exp(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

exp(2)

    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 7.38905609893065
  Example 2

exp(0)

    • arg_1 : 0
    • result : 1

14. Hyperbolic cosine

Description

Returns the hyperbolic cosine of the selected argument.

Format

cosh(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

cosh(0)

    • arg_1 : 0
    • result : 1
  Example 2

cosh(-1.5)

    • arg_1 : -1.5
    • result : 2.352409615243247

15. Hyperbolic sine

Description

Returns the hyperbolic sine of the selected argument.

Format

sinh(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

sinh(-0.5)

    • arg_1 : -0.5
    • result : -0.5210953054937474
  Example 2

sinh(1)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • result : 1.1752011936438014

16. Hyperbolic tangent

Description

Returns the hyperbolic tangent of the selected argument.

Format

tanh(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

tanh(1)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • result : 0.7615941559557649
  Example 2

tanh(-10)

    • arg_1 : -10
    • result : -0.9999999958776926

17. Logarithm: base 10

Description

Returns the base 10 logarithm of the selected argument.

Format

log10(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

log10(100)

    • arg_1 : 100
    • result : 2
  Example 2

log10(50)

    • arg_1 : 50
    • result : 1.6989700043360187

18. Logarithm: base 2

Description

Returns the base 2 logarithm of the selected argument.

Format

log2(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

log2(8)

    • arg_1 : 8
    • result : 3
  Example 2

log2(15)

    • arg_1 : 15
    • result : 3.9068905956085187

19. Logarithm: natural / arbitrary base

Description

When invoked with one argument, it returns the base e logarithm of arg_1 (natural logarithm). When invoked with two arguments, it returns the base arg_1 logarithm of arg_2.

Format 1

  log(arg_1) → result
  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Format 2

  log(arg_1, arg_2) → result
  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • arg_2 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

log(2)

    • arg_1 : 2
    • result : 2.0794415416798357
  Example 2

log(3,9)

    • arg_1 : 3
    • arg_2 : 9
    • result : 2

20. Pi

Returns the Pi value. (3.141592653589793) 

21. Sine

Description

Returns the sine of the selected argument.

Format 1

sin(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

sin(0)

    • arg_1 : 0
    • result : 0
  Example 2

sin(3.14)

    • arg_1 : 3.14
    • result : 0.0015926529164868282

22. Tangent

Description

Returns the tangent of a selected argument.

Format

tan(arg_1) → result

  • arg_1 : Float or Integer
  • result : Float

Examples

  Example 1

tan(1)

    • arg_1 : 1
    • result : 1.5574077246549023
  Example 2

tan(8.5)

    • arg_1 : 8.5
    • result : -1.326364327785607

23. e (mathematical constant)

Returns the value of the Euler's number.(2.718281828459045).

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