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Numeric Operators
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-Subtraction
*Multiplication
/Division
%Modulus
Bitwise Operators
&Bitwise logic AND
|Bitwise logic OR
^Bitwise logic XOR
~Bitwise logic NOT
<<Left shift
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Mathematical Constants
EEuler's Number e, 2.7182…
LN2Natural log of 2, 0.6931…
LN10Natural log of 10, 2.3025…
LOG2EBase 2 log of e, 1.4426…
LOG10EBase 10 log of e, 0.4342…
PIArchimedes' Constant π, 3.1415…
SQRT1_2Square root of 1/2, 0.7071…
SQRT2Square root of 2, 1.4142…
 
Physical Constants
C0Speed of light in vacuum, 299792458 m/s
E0Vacuum permittivity (electric constant), 8.854187817…E-12 F/A
ECElementary charge, 1.602176565E-19 C
GCGravitational constant, 6.67384E-11 N∙m2/kg2
NAAvogadro constant, 6.02214129E23 mol-1
RMolar gas constant, 8.3144621 J/(mol∙K)
SGStandard gravity, 9.80665 m/s2
U0Vacuum permeability (magnetic constant), 1.2566370614…E-6 N/A2
 
Imperial Units
FTFoot in m, 0.3048 m/ft
INInch in mm, 25.4 mm/in
LBPound in kg, 0.45359237 kg/lbm
PSIPound per square inch (lbf/in2) in Pa (N/m2), 6894.757293168 Pa/psi
YDYard in m, 0.9144 m/yd
 
Functions
abs(x)The absolute value of x
acos(x)The arccosine in radians of x
acosh(x)The area (inverse) hyperbolic cosine of x
acot(x)The arccotangent in radians of x, PI/2 - atan(x) (0 < acot(x) < PI)
acoth(x)The area (inverse) hyperbolic cotangent of x, atanh(1/x)
acsc(x)The arccosecant in radians of x, asin(1/x)
acsch(x)The area (inverse) hyperbolic cosecant of x, asinh(1/x)
asec(x)The arcsecant in radians of x, acos(1/x)
asech(x)The area (inverse) hyperbolic secant of x, acosh(1/x)
asin(x)The arcsine in radians of x
asinh(x)The area (inverse) hyperbolic sine of x
atan(x)The arctangent in radians of x (-PI/2 < atan(x) < PI/2)
atan2(y,x)The arctangent in radians of y/x (-PI < atan2(y,x) < PI)
atanh(x)The area (inverse) hyperbolic tangent of x
ceil(x)Round up to the nearest integer
cos(x)The cosine of x in radians
cosh(x)The hyperbolic cosine of x
cot(x)The cotangent of x in radians, 1/tan(x)
coth(x)The hyperbolic cotangent of x, 1/tanh(x)
csc(x)The cosecant of x in radians, 1/sin(x)
csch(x)The hyperbolic cosecant of x, 1/sinh(x)
deg(x)Convert x from radians to degrees
deg180(x)Convert x from radians to degrees within -180 to +180
deg360(x)Convert x from radians to degrees within 0 to 360
exp(x)e to the power of x, pow(E,x)
fact(x)The factorial of x, x! = Γ(x+1)
floor(x)Round down to the nearest integer
gamma(x)The gamma of x, Γ(x) = (x-1)!
high(x,y)if x ≥ y then 1 else 0
log(x)The natural logarithm (base e) of x
log10(x)The base 10 logarithm of x
log2(x)The base 2 logarithm of x
logb(y,x)The base y logarithm of x
low(x,y)if x ≤ y then 1 else 0
max(x,y)Gets the number with the highest value
min(x,y)Gets the number with the lowest value
pow(x,y)The value of x to the power of y, xy
rad(x)Convert x from degrees to radians
random()Random number between 0 and 1 (0 ≤ random() < 1)
range(x,y,z)if x ≥ y and x ≤ z then 1 else 0
round(x,y)Rounds x to y decimals (nearest integer if y=0)
sec(x)The secant of x in radians, 1/cos(x)
sech(x)The hyperbolic secant of x, 1/cosh(x)
sign(x)if x > 0 then 1 else if x < 0 then -1 else 0
signnz(x)if x ≥ 0 then 1 else -1
sin(x)The sine of x in radians
sinh(x)The hyperbolic sine of x
sqrt(x)The square root of x
tan(x)The tangent of x in radians
tanh(x)The hyperbolic tangent of x

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