[34S] Time diff. STO.00 vs. STO 00 ?

03142014, 09:09 PM
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RE: [34S] Time diff. STO.00 vs. STO 00 ?
(03142014 05:34 PM)Thomas Klemm Wrote:(03142014 05:01 PM)Sikuq Wrote: PS: Pauli, is there any way you can test how many loops it takes to calculate the squareroot of say 1234567 on the 34S? Is the step length fixed or does it reduce itself closer to convergence (i.e. sign change)? And how did it calculate the initial guess? Thomas, I thought I had posted a response to you earlier but it appears to have been previewed only  sorry. Thank you for your two posts and the code which I am studying. The inverse function was entirely new to me. I am curious as to just why the loopcycles are not a measure of efficiency given the same accuracy? As I wrote to Pauli I am astounded to learn that the 34S and other computers use the standard Newton tangent way to solve roots, a way I understand is prominent. Zurich I read was voted the most livable city, lucky you. Thanks.  Sikuq 

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