ex_sqsincosone.c

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#include "ippsq.h"
#include "examples_doc_sq.h"

int main(void)
{
    IppStatus   status;
    Ipp32f      src = 30.0f; /* degrees */
    Ipp32f      sin, cos;

    printf_v32f("src =\n", &src, 1);

    CHECK_STS( status = ippsqSinCosOne_32f(&src, &sin, &cos) )

    printf_v32f("sin =\n", &sin, 1);
    printf_v32f("cos =\n", &cos, 1);

EXIT_MAIN
    CONTROL_RETURN;
}
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