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 code:functions [2015/04/21 16:29]skylarmt code:functions [2019/04/16 02:40] (current) Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2015/12/28 01:31 skylarmt Add java info2015/04/21 16:29 skylarmt 2015/04/21 16:12 skylarmt 2015/04/21 16:06 skylarmt 2015/04/11 14:24 skylarmt [Simple Math] 2015/04/11 14:20 skylarmt 2015/04/11 14:10 skylarmt Add symbols section.2015/04/11 13:39 skylarmt 2015/04/11 13:37 skylarmt Add graphing section2015/04/11 13:16 skylarmt [Random Numbers] 2015/04/11 13:12 skylarmt Add random section2015/04/10 23:30 skylarmt [Built-in Functions] 2015/04/10 23:29 skylarmt [Trigonometry] 2015/04/10 23:26 skylarmt 2015/04/10 23:21 skylarmt created Next revision Previous revision 2015/12/28 01:31 skylarmt Add java info2015/04/21 16:29 skylarmt 2015/04/21 16:12 skylarmt 2015/04/21 16:06 skylarmt 2015/04/11 14:24 skylarmt [Simple Math] 2015/04/11 14:20 skylarmt 2015/04/11 14:10 skylarmt Add symbols section.2015/04/11 13:39 skylarmt 2015/04/11 13:37 skylarmt Add graphing section2015/04/11 13:16 skylarmt [Random Numbers] 2015/04/11 13:12 skylarmt Add random section2015/04/10 23:30 skylarmt [Built-in Functions] 2015/04/10 23:29 skylarmt [Trigonometry] 2015/04/10 23:26 skylarmt 2015/04/10 23:21 skylarmt created Line 1: Line 1: ====== Built-in Functions ====== ====== Built-in Functions ====== - SyMAT has many built-in functions. ​ These are available from JavaScript ​and Python. + SyMAT has many built-in functions. ​ These are available from JavaScript, Python, and Java. Line 9: Line 9: ===== Symbols ===== ===== Symbols ===== - These are only some of the symbols present in SyMAT. ​ Because of differences between ​JavaScript and Python, syntax-specific symbols are omitted. + These are only some of the symbols present in SyMAT. ​ Because of differences between ​coding languages, syntax-specific symbols are omitted. * ''​%%+%%'':​ Addition. * ''​%%+%%'':​ Addition. Line 18: Line 18: * ''​%%,​%%'':​ Separates arguments in functions. * ''​%%,​%%'':​ Separates arguments in functions. * ''​%%"​%%'':​ (Double quote) Denotes the start and end of text (strings). * ''​%%"​%%'':​ (Double quote) Denotes the start and end of text (strings). - * ''​%%'​%%'':​ (Single quote) Same as the double quote above. + * ''​%%'​%%'':​ (Single quote) Same as the double quote above (except in Java). * ''​%%=%%'':​ Assign a value to a variable. ​ ''​%%x=5%%''​ will assign the value 5 to variable x. * ''​%%=%%'':​ Assign a value to a variable. ​ ''​%%x=5%%''​ will assign the value 5 to variable x.