The exp function works on REAL or COMPLEX arguments.
The exp function calculates e ( 2.7183... ) raised to some power.
The argument x must be of type real. It will be the value to which e will be raised.
There are no optional arguments.
To get the value of e raised to the 5.0 power:
x = 5.0 y = exp(x)
The variable y will then have the value 148.413159... stored in it.
examples: inter2.f and odeint.f
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