complex arithmetic

complex arithmetic

Post by Frans van Hoes » Sat, 26 Dec 1992 07:28:43

a simpel question for those who know the answer...
given a complex number as z=ix+y, how does one do
if z>w

and what are other 'standard' operations on complex numbers (besides
*, /, -, +) one expects in a language that would support complex numbers?

I could look it up, but I remember reading something on the news (on some
news group) about doing division correctly (related to rieman surfaces)

any help is greatly appreciated.

-- frans

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