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Math functions

I believe these are the math functions available in CodeLab using the var=Math.function_name(parms) type of function call:

Abs, Acos, Asin, Atan, Atan2, BigMul, Ceiling, Cos, Cosh, DivRem, Exp, Floor, IEEERemainder, Log, Log10, Max, Min, Pow, Round, Sign, Sin, Sinh, Sqrt, Tan, Tanh, and Truncate

And there are two constants: Math.E and Math.PI

I found these in the ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.dll file in the Paint.NET folder while looking for a function for e to the power of x (which is Math.Exp). Details of these functions and constants can be found as an Excel spreadsheet in the attached MathFunctions.zip file.

I believe these follow the rules of allowable functions for plugins. Hope it helps

Bhag

MathFunctions.zip

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They're not coming from SharpZipLib -- which is a compression library -- they're coming from the System.Math class. You have access to a very good chunk of the .NET Framework from within CodeLab; you should familiarize yourself with its libraries.

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They're not coming from SharpZipLib -- which is a compression library -- they're coming from the System.Math class. You have access to a very good chunk of the .NET Framework from within CodeLab; you should familiarize yourself with its libraries.

OIC. Thanks for the System.Math class link. I knew they were from that class, but I thought they were accessed thru the DLL that I mentioned. I found my function while investigating that DLL so I thought they were IN that DLL.

So the .NET Franework classes are accessed directly from the .NET Framework installed on my computer and not from the main program (Paint.NET) or a DLL that was build or linked at compile time?

It looks like I did not need to collect all that info. But at least it looks accurate as far as it goes.

Bhag

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So the .NET Franework classes are accessed directly from the .NET Framework installed on my computer and not from the main program (Paint.NET) or a DLL ...?

Right. You do have access to quite a bit of stuff from Paint.NET as well.

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