# NAME

trans.ops - Transcendental Opcodes

# DESCRIPTION

Addition library of operations to perform various transcendental operations such as logarithmics and trigonometrics.

To use this library of ops, add this directive to your PIR:

.loadlib 'trans_ops'

**acos**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the arc cosine (in radians) of $2.
**asec**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the arc secant (in radians) of $2.
**asin**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the arc sine (in radians) of $2.
**atan**(out NUM, in NUM)**atan**(out NUM, in NUM, in NUM)
The two-argument versions set $1 to the arc tangent (in radians) of $2.The three-argument versions set $1 to the arc tangent (in radians) of $2 / $3, taking account of the signs of the arguments in determining the quadrant of the result.
**cos**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the cosine of $2 (given in radians).
**cosh**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the hyperbolic cosine of $2 (given in radians).
**cot**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the cotangent of $2 (given in radians).
**csc**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the cosecant of $2 (given in radians).
**exp**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to **ln**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the natural (base **log10**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the base 10 logarithm of $2.
**log2**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the base 2 logarithm of $2.
**sec**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the secant of $2 (given in radians).
**sech**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the hyperbolic secant of $2 (given in radians).
**sin**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the sine of $2 (given in radians).
**sinh**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the hyperbolic sine of $2 (given in radians).
**tan**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the tangent of $2 (given in radians).
**tanh**(out NUM, in NUM)
Set $1 to the hyperbolic tangent of $2 (given in radians).
**pow**(out NUM, in NUM, in NUM)**pow**(out NUM, in NUM, in INT)**pow**(invar PMC, invar PMC, invar PMC)**pow**(invar PMC, invar PMC, in INT)**pow**(invar PMC, invar PMC, in NUM)
Set $1 to $2 raised to the power $3.

*e*raised to the power $2.

*e*is the base of the natural logarithm.

*e*) logarithm of $2.

# COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2010-2011, Parrot Foundation.

# LICENSE

This program is free software. It is subject to the same license as the Parrot interpreter itself.