heat index calculator that works with lynx the cat
sbahram at nc.rr.com
Wed Jun 9 00:46:38 EDT 2004
They are probably doing ** for exponential...haven't looked at site yet.
Although I usually use ^ but in perl for example...we all use **, so maybe
they are just writing it that way?
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Unfortunately, I can't find the formula anymore, other then the one in my
code, which I don't want to share, since it might be incorrect. I did do a
search on google, and came up with:
This differs from the formula that I used before. The good thing is that
here, they have an example of how it is worked out term by term. The bad
thing is their multiplication. Specifically, sometimes, they use "x",
sometimes they use "*" as the multiplication symbols. Also, in some places
they use a "**" without a number between the 2 "*" symbols, which doesn't
make sense to me, unless they're alternating between using prefix, and infix
notations in the same calculation, which wouldn't make sense.
If someone is willing to clear up these 2 issues for me, I'll have another
go at rewriting my program with this new formula, and see how it does.
On Tue, Jun 08, 2004 at 11:28:49PM -0400, Sina Bahram wrote:
> Send along the formula, if you still got it...let's take a look.
> Take care,
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