[LON-CAPA-cvs] cvs: loncom /html/adm/help/tex CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex all_functions_table.tex
albertel
lon-capa-cvs@mail.lon-capa.org
Fri, 27 Jun 2003 14:20:01 -0000
albertel Fri Jun 27 10:20:01 2003 EDT
Modified files:
/loncom/html/adm/help/tex CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex
Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex
all_functions_table.tex
Log:
- change " to ' in prettyprint/format calls
- add ) to dollarformat calls
Index: loncom/html/adm/help/tex/CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex
diff -u loncom/html/adm/help/tex/CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex:1.2 loncom/html/adm/help/tex/CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex:1.3
--- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex:1.2 Tue Jun 10 11:27:06 2003
+++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex Fri Jun 27 10:20:01 2003
@@ -43,13 +43,13 @@
asinh(x), acosh(x), atanh(x) & \&asinh(\$x), \&acosh(\$x), \&atanh(\$x) & \\
\hline
-/DIS(\$x,''nn'') & \&format(\$x,''nn'') & The difference is obvious. \\
+/DIS(\$x,''nn'') & \&format(\$x,'nn') & The difference is obvious. \\
\hline
-Not in CAPA & \&prettyprint(\$x,''nn'') & \\
+Not in CAPA & \&prettyprint(\$x,'nn') & \\
\hline
-Not in CAPA & \&dollarformat(\$x & \\
+Not in CAPA & \&dollarformat(\$x) & \\
\hline
roundto(x,n) & \&roundto(\$x,\$n) & \\
Index: loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex
diff -u loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex:1.2 loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex:1.3
--- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex:1.2 Tue Jun 10 11:27:06 2003
+++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex Fri Jun 27 10:20:01 2003
@@ -45,13 +45,13 @@
\&asinh(\$x), \&acosh(\$x), \&atanh(\$x) & Inverse hyperbolic functions. \$x can be a pure number \\
\hline
-\&format(\$x,''nn'') & Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it thjen will format the result with a call to \&dollarformat() described below. \\
+\&format(\$x,'nn') & Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it thjen will format the result with a call to \&dollarformat() described below. \\
\hline
-\&prettyprint(\$x,''nn'') & Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it then will format the result with a a call to \&dollarformat() described below. In E mode it will attempt to generate a pretty x10\^{}3 rather than a E3 following the number \\
+\&prettyprint(\$x,'nn') & Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it then will format the result with a a call to \&dollarformat() described below. In E mode it will attempt to generate a pretty x10\^{}3 rather than a E3 following the number \\
\hline
-\&dollarformat(\$x & Reformats \$x to have a \$ (or $\backslash$\$ if in tex mode) and to have , grouping thousands. \\
+\&dollarformat(\$x) & Reformats \$x to have a \$ (or $\backslash$\$ if in tex mode) and to have , grouping thousands. \\
\hline
\&roundto(\$x,\$n) & Rounds a real number to n decimal points. \$x and \$n can be pure numbers \\
Index: loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex
diff -u loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex:1.1 loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex:1.2
--- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex:1.1 Tue Jun 10 11:28:42 2003
+++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex Fri Jun 27 10:20:01 2003
@@ -34,11 +34,11 @@
\hline
asinh(x), acosh(x), atanh(x) &\&asinh(\$x), \&acosh(\$x), \&atanh(\$x) &Inverse hyperbolic functions. \$x can be a pure number & \\
\hline
-/DIS(\$x,''nn'') &\&format(\$x,''nn'') &Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it thjen will format the result with a call to \&dollarformat() described below. & The difference is obvious. \\
+/DIS(\$x,''nn'') &\&format(\$x,'nn') &Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it thjen will format the result with a call to \&dollarformat() described below. & The difference is obvious. \\
\hline
-Not in CAPA &\&prettyprint(\$x,''nn'') &Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it then will format the result with a a call to \&dollarformat() described below. In E mode it will attempt to generate a pretty x10\^{}3 rather than a E3 following the number & \\
+Not in CAPA &\&prettyprint(\$x,'nn') &Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it then will format the result with a a call to \&dollarformat() described below. In E mode it will attempt to generate a pretty x10\^{}3 rather than a E3 following the number & \\
\hline
-Not in CAPA &\&dollarformat(\$x &Reformats \$x to have a \$ (or $\backslash$\$ if in tex mode) and to have , grouping thousands. & \\
+Not in CAPA &\&dollarformat(\$x) &Reformats \$x to have a \$ (or $\backslash$\$ if in tex mode) and to have , grouping thousands. & \\
\hline
roundto(x,n) &\&roundto(\$x,\$n) &Rounds a real number to n decimal points. \$x and \$n can be pure numbers & \\
\hline