Re: Is Dawson's integral in CEPHES?

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Posted by Massimo Gaspari on December 19, 1997 at 11:32:31:

In Reply to: Is Dawson's integral in CEPHES? posted by B.Kuvshinov on December 19, 1997 at 08:32:08:

: Dawson's integral is included in the table (cephes.doc)
: summarizing the contents of the double precision
: C routines in CEPHES library.
: However, I could find only
: the single precision routine dawsnf(),
: which is in the file single.shar.

: Does CEPHES contain
: the double precision Dawson integral,
: or it's a bug in the documentation?

No. The documentation is right! There is the dwans.c as double
precision version for Dawson integral. Check your chepehs archive.
I am currently using the version 26a, I am not sure
that the version included in the netlib is the 26a, maybe an
older version.



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