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Revision as of 15:35, 7 April 2019

Introduced with Operation Flashpoint version 1.00
  

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Introduced in

Game:
Operation Flashpoint
Version:
1.00

Description

Description:
Cosine of a number, argument in degrees.

Syntax

Syntax:
cos x
Parameters:
x: Number
Return Value:
Number

Examples

Example 1:
cos 60;//returns 0.5

Additional Information

Multiplayer:
-
See also:
acossinasintanatanatan2

Notes

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Notes

Posted on August 8, 2006 - 23:54
hardrock
Be aware that there might be rounding errors in the results of this command. cos 90 for example doesn't return the expected '0', but '-4.37114e-008'. So, if you want to compare results of Cosinus, don't use the compare operator (cos 90)==0 but rather use less than. (cos 90) < 0.00001

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