Fast complex math library for Borland C/C++

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CMATH for Borland C++

OptiCode - Dr. Martin Sander Software Dev.

CMATH is a comprehensive library for complex-number arithmetics and mathematics. The following features make CMATH an ideal replacement for other available complex class libraries: 1. High-performance implementation in machine code leads to superior speed. 2. Accuracy and safety are greatly enhanced. 3. Each of the floating-point accuracies (complex(float), complex(double), and complex(extended)) is given its own, individually optimized treatment. 4. Polar coordinates (magnitude;angle) are supported in addition to the usual cartesian coordinates (real;imaginary). 5. Switching from your compiler's complex class library to CMATH is very simple: Just replace the include-file "complex.h" with "newcplx.h" - that's it! The Shareware edition is optimized for PentiumXX, while maintaining compatibility with AMD processors (Athlon) and down to 486DX. This version is for the CodeGear / Borland C/C++ compilers (RAD Studio, BC4.0+, BC++Builder, Borland Dev. Studio, Turbo C++).

Software Price: $60
Software Version: 5.2.4
Release Date
: 12/14/2008

Size: 0.27 MB
Platform: Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 3.x, NT 4.x, Windows 2000, XP, Windows 2003, Vista

Download Link: CMATH for Borland C++ Download

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