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Federico Vera, 2018-07-12 17:38

There are a number of extra functions and operators included in this version of `exp4j`, non of this are enabled by default, they are in the `net.objecthunter.exp4j.extras` package.

## Comparison Operators¶

Aside from the arithmetic operators several comparison operators are included: `<`, `<=`, `>`, `>=`, `!=` and `==`.
Please note that since `exp4j` itself has no concept of `boolean`, the results given by all of the comparison operators will be `1.0` if `true` and `0.0` if `false`. Let it be noted that due to rounding, equality operators use a radix in which they consider numbers to be "equal", that is:

Let `a` and `b` be two real numbers, `a == b` will evaluate to `true` if and only if the distance between `a` and `b` (`dist(a, b) := abs(a - b)`) is less or equal than `1e-12` (`0.000000000001`) and `false` otherwise.

### Precedence¶

Operator precedence is altered when using the comparison operators, the new precedence is:

```FIRST->  * / %  - +  > >= < <=  ¬  &  |  == !=   <-LAST
-----  ---  ---------  -  -  -  -----
^^^ The dashes indicate groups with the same precedence
```

## Funciones lógicas¶

Even though we have boolean operators, there are also a number of boolean functions that can be used (some people prefer functions)

• `and(a, b)`: Y lógico equivalente a `a & b`
• `or(a, b)`: O lógico equivalente a `a | b`
• `xor(a, b)`: O exclusivo
• `nand(a, b)`: equivalente a `¬(a & b)`
• `nor(a, b)`: equivalente a `¬(a | b)`
• `xnor(a, b)`: O exclusivo negado
• `not(a)`: equivalente a `¬a`

## Constantes lógicas¶

• `true()`: verdadero (`1.0`) (se considera como verdadero a cualquier valor distinto de cero, pero la función `true()` devuelve `1.0` así como los operadores booleans y de comparación.
• `false()`: falso (`0.0`)

## Extra Functions¶

• `if(e, v_true, v_false)`: Branches the formula, it will be evaluated as `v_true` if `e == true()` and `v_false` if `e == false()`
• `equals(a, b)`: Equivalent to `a == b`, so the same conditions apply.
• `sinc(x)`: Cardinal sine of `x` (not normalized), equivalent to `sin(x)/x`

## Code¶

El código está aquí, aquí u aquí.

Updated by Federico Vera almost 3 years ago · 1 revisions

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