Log

Function Type:

The log function is an elemental function that operates on COMPLEX and REAL arguments.

Function Purpose:

The log function computes the natural logarithm ( log to the base e or ln(x)) of the argument passed to it.

Required Arguments:

log(x)

The argument x must be of type REAL or COMPLEX.

Optional Arguments:

There are no optional arguments.

Examples:

The real variable x with a value of 9.87 is passed to the log function as follows:
		logr = log(x)
The variable logr will then contain the value of 2.289499.

For Additional Information and Examples see:

lecture seven

example inter2.f

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