### (Math Functions): asin, acos, log, log10 report domain-error errors.

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 ... ... @@ -1047,8 +1047,8 @@ pi/2 @tex @math{\pi/2} @end tex (inclusive) whose sine is @var{arg}; if, however, @var{arg} is out of range (outside [-1, 1]), then the result is a NaN. (inclusive) whose sine is @var{arg}; if, however, @var{arg} is out of range (outside [-1, 1]), it signals a @code{domain-error} error. @end defun @defun acos arg ... ... @@ -1059,8 +1059,8 @@ pi @tex @math{\pi} @end tex (inclusive) whose cosine is @var{arg}; if, however, @var{arg} is out of range (outside [-1, 1]), then the result is a NaN. (inclusive) whose cosine is @var{arg}; if, however, @var{arg} is out of range (outside [-1, 1]), it signals a @code{domain-error} error. @end defun @defun atan y &optional x ... ... @@ -1112,8 +1112,8 @@ If you don't specify @var{base}, the base @ifnottex @i{e} @end ifnottex is used. If @var{arg} is negative, the result is a NaN. is used. If @var{arg} is negative, it signals a @code{domain-error} error. @end defun @ignore ... ... @@ -1132,8 +1132,9 @@ lose accuracy. @defun log10 arg This function returns the logarithm of @var{arg}, with base 10. If @var{arg} is negative, the result is a NaN. @code{(log10 @var{x})} @equiv{} @code{(log @var{x} 10)}, at least approximately. @var{arg} is negative, it signals a @code{domain-error} error. @code{(log10 @var{x})} @equiv{} @code{(log @var{x} 10)}, at least approximately. @end defun @defun expt x y ... ...
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