Log10 is an elemental function that works on REAL arguments only
The function log10 computes the common logarithm ( base 10 )of a specified number.
The argument x must be either a real number or a variable of type REAL. The value of x must be greater than zero.
There are no optional arguments to this function.
The following variables are declared and x is given an initial value of 100.
x = 100.0
The following common logarithms are then computed.
Y = log10(x) Z = log10(1.0)
The results are that y will equal two and z will equal zero.
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