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The pen color will be according to ExprN5 or as speci ed in the next paragraph. If a number, for example, 4 or 12 is given, it will be taken to indicate a change of color from the speci ed color in ExprN5. The default pen color is used if no ExprN is speci ed. The change will take effect until either another number is speci ed or -. If - is speci ed then the color will revert back to ExprN5 or default color. This action will only take place if ExprN5 is not negative (see above). When you specify numbers refer to the color codes in Sec. B.7.6. If you specify a number greater than the last color it will revert to the last color. Any other characters will be ignored. This command can be emulated with a combination of GotoXY and LineTo combined with SetColor.
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See Sec. B.7.7 for details on how functions fit within the RoborBASIC language. Here the functions are grouped by functionality. For an alphabetic list see the end of this Sec. C.11. Functions are not case sensitive. So sin(Theta), SIN(Theta), and sIn(Theta) a re all the same function.
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C.8.1 TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS Pi({ExprN}) Returns the value of pie (p) (i.e., 3.141592654) multiplied by the result of ExprN. If ExprN is not given then it is assumed to be 1. Sin(ExprN) Returns the sine of an angle. ExprN is the value of the angle in radians. If you want to specify degrees then use the conversion Sin(ExprN*Pi()/180). Cos(ExprN) Returns the cosine of an angle. ExprN is the value of the angle in radians. If you want to specify degrees then use the conversion Cos(ExprN*Pi()/180). Tan(ExprN) Returns the tangent of an angle. ExprN is the value of the angle in radians. If you want to specify degrees then use the conversion Tan(ExprN*Pi()/180). This function can cause an error if the angle is +/ Pi()/2 (i.e., +/ 90 ) since the result is in nity. If the angle is slightly more or less than 90 the result is valid but is an extremely large number. ASin(ExprN) Returns the angle in radians whose sine is ExprN. If you want to get degrees then use the conversion 180*ASin(ExprN)/Pi(). This is the inverse of Sin(). ACos(ExprN) Returns the angle in radians whose cosine is ExprN. If you want to get degrees then use the conversion 180*ACos(ExprN)/Pi(). This is the inverse of Cos(). ATan(ExprN) Returns the angle in radians whose tangent is ExprN. If you want to get degrees then use the conversion 180*ATan(ExprN)/Pi(). This is the inverse of Tan().
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ATan2(ExprN1,ExprN2) Returns an angle in radians, given the x and y lengths. ExprN1 = x, ExprN2 = y. This gives the angle 0 to p and 0 to p . Negative angles are clockwise from the x axis, and positive angles are counter clockwise from the x axis. So ATan2(1,1) will give 0.785398 which is 45 , while ATan2(1, 1) gives 0.78539816 which is 45 . If x=0 and y=0 the result will be 0.0. C.8.2 CARTESIAN TO POLAR FUNCTIONS PolarR(ExprN1,ExprN2) Returns the polar radius from the x, y coordinates (x=ExprN1, y=ExprN2) both must result in numbers ( oat or integer), otherwise an error will occur. PolarA(ExprN1,ExprN2) Returns the polar angle from the x, y coordinates. This is effectively the same as Atan2() above. The angle returned is in radians. ExprN1 = x, ExprN2 = y. Both ExprN1 and ExpN2 must be numeric (integer, or oat) or an error will occur. C.8.3 POLAR TO CARTESIAN FUNCTIONS CartX(ExprN1,ExprN2) This returns the Cartesian x coordinate given the polar R, Theta. ExprN1=R, ExprN2=Theta (in radians). Both ExprN1 and ExpN2 must be numeric (integer, or oat) or an error will occur. This is effectively the inverse of the PolarR() and PolarA() above. CartY(ExprN1,ExprN2) This returns the Cartesian y coordinate given the polar R, Theta. ExprN1=R, ExprN2=Theta (in radians). Both ExprN1 and ExpN2 must be numeric (integer, or oat) or an error will occur. This is effectively the inverse of the PolarR() and PolarA() above. C.8.4 LOGARITHMIC AND EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS NLog(ExprN) Returns the log to base e (e=2.178281828) of ExprN. If ExprN is 0 or negative an error will occur. Log(ExprN) will occur. Exp(ExprN) Returns the log to base 10 of ExprN. If ExprN is 0 or negative an error
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Retruns e raised to the power ExprN (e=2.178281828). Returns 10 raised to the power ExprN. Returns the square root of ExprN. If ExprN is negative then an error
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Exp10(ExprN) SqRt(ExprN) will occur. CbRt(ExprN)
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