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imult

multiplication by i the imaginary unitary

Calling Sequence

y=imult(x)

Arguments

x

real or complex scalar, vector or matrix

y

complex scalar, vector or matrix

Description

imult(x) is a more efficient way to multiply x by i than y = %i*x, without the problems occuring when x comprises "special" floating point numbers as %inf and %nan.

Examples

z1 = imult(%inf)
z2 = %i * %inf

Authors

B.P.

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