Commit 59b568a7 authored by Jay Belanger's avatar Jay Belanger
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(Programming Tutorial): Mention that the user needs to be in the

right mode to compute some functions.
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* calc.texi (Basic Tutorial, Programming Tutorial): Remove caveats
for Lucid Emacs.
(Programming Tutorial): Mention that the user needs to be in the
right mode to compute some functions.
2005-01-04 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
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with any integrand @samp{f(t)}. Define a @kbd{z s} command and
@code{Si} function that implement this. You will need to edit the
default argument list a bit. As a test, @samp{Si(1)} should return
0.946083. (Hint: @code{ninteg} will run a lot faster if you reduce
the precision to, say, six digits beforehand.)
0.946083. (If you don't get this answer, you might want to check that
Calc is in Radians mode. Also, @code{ninteg} will run a lot faster if
you reduce the precision to, say, six digits beforehand.)
@xref{Programming Answer 1, 1}. (@bullet{})
 
The simplest way to do real ``programming'' of Emacs is to define a
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