Re: [R] question

From: Spencer Graves <spencer.graves_at_pdf.com>
Date: Sat 13 Aug 2005 - 10:47:10 EST

          What are RGN$G and RGN$R?

          Consider the following:

 > .Machine$double.xmax
[1] 1.797693e+308
 > log(.Machine$double.xmax, base=2)
[1] 1024
 > 2^(log(.Machine$double.xmax, base=2)-1) [1] 8.988466e+307
 > 2^log(.Machine$double.xmax, base=2)
[1] Inf

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	  Best Wishes,
	  spencer graves

WFJ van IJcken wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have a problem with R, after an update:
> this piece of code:
> cat("creating resolver data frame\n");
> dfG<-cbind(dfG,2^(RGN$G))
> dfR<-cbind(dfR,2^(RGN$R))
>
> suddenly, creates values to inf.
> Is the syntax changed for the ^ symbol in the latest R downloadable version?
>
> Kind regards, wilfred

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