## Answers

Jun 21, 2018 - 09:55 AM

Hi there

As I know you should split your complex number into two parts and then deal with them separately.

Regards

Hasan

As I know you should split your complex number into two parts and then deal with them separately.

Regards

Hasan

Apr 01, 2019 - 05:22 PM

Hi there,

I think you need to declare all variables on their own line as shown below. However I found that this gives you an incorrect result. Can't help you more than that but hopefully this progresses you a little.

#LOCAL COMPLEX X1 #LOCAL COMPLEX Y1 #LOCAL COMPLEX S1 #LOCAL REAL A1 #LOCAL REAL B1 #LOCAL REAL C1 #LOCAL REAL D1 A1=1.0 B1=0.0 C1=1.0 D1=0.866 X1=CMPLX(A1,B1) Y1=CMPLX(C1,D1) S1=X1/Y1 $i1 = REAL(S1)

$i2 = IMAG(S1)

I think you need to declare all variables on their own line as shown below. However I found that this gives you an incorrect result. Can't help you more than that but hopefully this progresses you a little.

#LOCAL COMPLEX X1 #LOCAL COMPLEX Y1 #LOCAL COMPLEX S1 #LOCAL REAL A1 #LOCAL REAL B1 #LOCAL REAL C1 #LOCAL REAL D1 A1=1.0 B1=0.0 C1=1.0 D1=0.866 X1=CMPLX(A1,B1) Y1=CMPLX(C1,D1) S1=X1/Y1 $i1 = REAL(S1)

$i2 = IMAG(S1)

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