Insertion of functions will happen in one of two modes:
- If a section of the formula has been selected at the moment of insertion, the function will automatically include the selected part as parameter.
- If no selection is present, the function will be inserted with empty parenthesis (), and the cursor set at the right spot to start entering.
Right clicking the formula window (or using the 'Input'
menu item) gives access to the functions pre-defined in
Wcalc. There are quite a few of them.
The 'Random value' and 'Random integer' options in this
menu refer to the function form: they generate either
floating point or integer numbers, limited by the argument
of the function (from 0 to - but not reaching - the
Trigonometric (and hyperbolic - see below) functions are
grouped, to make the list a little more manageable.
These are the hyperbolic functions.
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