Constants defined in oxstd.oxh (requires #include <oxstd.oxh>)
FALSE 0 TRUE 1 WFL_DECFAILED 1 WFL_ITMAX 2 WFL_CONCAT 4
Constants defined in oxfloat.oxh (requires #include <oxfloat.oxh>)
M_PI pi (3.1415...) M_2PI 2*pi M_PI_2 pi / 2 M_1_PI 1 / pi M_SQRT2PI sqrt(2*pi) M_E e = exp(1) M_EULER Euler's constant, M_NAN .NaN (Not a Number), also see isnan() and isdotnan() M_INF .Inf, representing Infinity M_INF_POS +.Inf, representing Infinity M_INF_NEG -.Inf, representing minus Infinity DBL_DIG number of decimal digits of precision DBL_EPSILON machine precision DBL_MANT_DIG number of bits in mantissa DBL_MAX maximum double value DBL_MIN minimum positive double value DBL_MIN_EXP minimum 2 exponent DBL_MAX_EXP maximum 2 exponent DBL_MIN_E_EXP minimum exp(.) exponent DBL_MAX_E_EXP maximum exp(.) exponent DBL_MIN_10_EXP minimum 10 exponent DBL_MAX_10_EXP maximum 10 exponent INT_MAX maximum integer value INT_MIN minimum integer value
The following constants are predefined by the Ox compiler:
OX_64_BIT when running 64-bit Ox OX_AIX when running on IBM/AIX OX_BIG_ENDIAN only on a big-endian machine (Unix workstations) OX_DecUNIX when running on Dec/UNIX OX_HPUX when running on HP-UX OX_Irix when running on SGI/Irix OX_Linux when running on Linux/PC OX_OS_X when running on Mac/OS X OX_PARALLEL indicates that parallel and serial keywords are supported (Ox 7 onwards) OX_Sun when running on Sun OX_Windows when running under Windows
The hardware-defined missing value is called Not a Number, or .NaN for short. Any computation involving a .NaN results in a .NaN. The format used when printing output is .NaN.
In a matrix constant, either .NaN, M_NAN or a dot may be used to represent a missing value (M_NAN requires oxfloat.oxh). If the dot is the first or last element, an extra space is required to avoid confusion with dot-greater/less than.
In a double constant, either .NaN or M_NAN may be used to represent a missing value (M_NAN requires oxfloat.oxh). A number of procedures are available to deal with missing values, most importantly:
|deletec():||deletes all columns which have a .NaN,|
|deleter():||deletes all rows which have a .NaN,|
|isdotnan():||returns matrix of 0's and 1's: 1 if the element is a .NaN, 0 otherwise,|
|isnan():||returns 1 if any element is a .NaN, 0 otherwise.|
|selectc():||selects all columns which have a .NaN,|
|selectr():||selects all rows which have a .NaN,|
Infinity also exists as a special value supported by the hardware. Infinity can be positive or negative (printed as +.Inf and -.Inf), and can be used in comparisons as any normal number. You can use .Inf, +.Inf and -.Inf in your code. Alternatively, the predefined constants M_INF, M_INF_POS, and M_INF_NEG are defined in oxfloat.oxh.
Ox version 7.00. © JA Doornik This file last changed .