Commit 0edd2970 by Jay Belanger

### (Formulas, Composition Basics): Lower the precedence of negation.

parent 7841a7dd
 2007-10-27 Jay Belanger * calc.texi (Formulas, Composition Basics): Lower the precedence of negation. 2007-10-25 Jonathan Yavner * ses.texi (The Basics): Mention how to create a new spreadsheet. ... ...
 ... ... @@ -11579,8 +11579,7 @@ with their equivalent function names, are: postfix @samp{%} [@code{percent}] (as in @samp{25% = 0.25}); prefix @samp{+} and @samp{-} [@code{neg}] (as in @samp{-x}) and prefix @samp{!} [@code{lnot}] (logical ``not,'' as in @samp{!x}); prefix @samp{!} [@code{lnot}] (logical ``not,'' as in @samp{!x}); @samp{+/-} [@code{sdev}] (the standard deviation symbol) and @samp{mod} [@code{makemod}] (the symbol for modulo forms); ... ... @@ -11590,6 +11589,8 @@ and postfix @samp{!!} [@code{dfact}] (double factorial); @samp{^} [@code{pow}] (raised-to-the-power-of); prefix @samp{+} and @samp{-} [@code{neg}] (as in @samp{-x}); @samp{*} [@code{mul}]; @samp{/} [@code{div}], @samp{%} [@code{mod}] (modulo), and ... ... @@ -14610,15 +14611,15 @@ The operator table used by normal and Big language modes has the following precedences: @example _ 1200 @r{(subscripts)} % 1100 @r{(as in n}%@r{)} - 1000 @r{(as in }-@r{n)} ! 1000 @r{(as in }!@r{n)} _ 1200 @r{(subscripts)} % 1100 @r{(as in n}%@r{)} ! 1000 @r{(as in }!@r{n)} mod 400 +/- 300 !! 210 @r{(as in n}!!@r{)} ! 210 @r{(as in n}!@r{)} ^ 200 - 197 @r{(as in }-@r{n)} * 195 @r{(or implicit multiplication)} / % \ 190 + - 180 @r{(as in a}+@r{b)}
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