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  • 07/15/2020
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VM Mathematical Function Interfaces

    call
     
    v
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    (
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    [scalar input arguments,]
    y
    )

    call
     
    v
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    i(
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    inca
    ,
    [scalar input arguments,]
    y
    ,
    incy
    )

    call
     
    v
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    (
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    b
    ,
    [scalar input arguments,]
    y
    )

    call
    v
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    i(
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    inca
    ,
    b
    ,
    incb
    ,
    [scalar input arguments,]
    y
    ,
    incy
    )

    call
     
    v
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    (
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    y
    ,
    z
    )

    call
    v
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    i(
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    inca
    ,
    y
    ,
    incy
    ,
    z
    ,
    incz
    )

    call
     
    vm
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    (
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    [scalar input arguments,]
    y
    ,
    mode
    )

    call
     
    vm
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    i(
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    inca
    ,
    [scalar input arguments,]
    y
    ,
    incy
    ,
    mode
    )

    call
     
    vm
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    (
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    b
    ,
    [scalar input arguments,]
    y
    ,
    mode
    )

    call
    vm
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    i(
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    inca
    ,
    b
    ,
    incb
    ,
    [scalar input arguments,]
    y
    ,
    incy
    ,
    mode
    )

    call
     
    vm
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    (
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    y
    ,
    z
    ,
    mode
    )

    call
    vm
    <
    ?
    >
    <name>
    i(
    n
    ,
    a
    ,
    inca
    ,
    y
    ,
    incy
    ,
    z
    ,
    incz
    ,
    mode
    )

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