Example Complex append 011




The append function at work on of a complex number is shown below. The result is a string in the standard literal format.



The Complex Number is defined.

(setq X #c1.0+2.0i) Returns: #<Complex 123456>

The string literal is defined

(setq S "X=") Returns: X=
(setq Y (append S X)) Returns: X=#c1.0+2.0i


Related Examples

Here are examples of the abs function at work.

Complex abs 002 Complex append 011 Complex argument 001 Complex string 004
Number abs 001


Function Links

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Argument Types

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Here are a number of links to examples having similar argument types.

Complex + 001 Complex - 002 Complex - 003 Complex / 003
Complex abs 002 Complex append 011 Complex argument 001 Complex comparison 021
Complex conjugate 001 Complex imaginary 001 Complex isComplex 001 Complex log10 002
Complex log2 002 Complex logbase 002 Complex real 001 Complex sin 002
Complex string 004 Dictionary isDictionary 001 String isChar 001 String isCharAlphabetic 001
String isCharAlphanumeric 001 String isCharLowercase 001 String isCharName 001 String isCharNumeric 001
String isCharUppercase 001 String isCharWhitespace 001 String isEqual 001 String isEqual 002
String isObject 001 String isString 001 String isText 001 String isType 001
String isType 002 String isType 003 String parse 001 String sizeof 001
String string 001 String string 002 String string 003 String type 001
Symbol isCharName 002 Symbol isCharNumeric 002 Symbol isObject 002 Symbol isSymbol 001
Symbol isType 004 Symbol sizeof 002 Symbol type 002

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