prints as a C language version of expr.
- Standard arithmetic functions and certain control structures are translated.
- No declarations are generated.
- CForm acts as a “wrapper”, which affects printing, but not evaluation.
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Basic Examples (1)
A C language version of a polynomial:
A mixed numeric and symbolic expression:
C formatting for an arbitrary function:
A composite power:
Compute the analytic Hessian for a multivariate function for use in C code:
Properties & Relations (2)
CForm formats expressions like C code:
FortranForm formats expressions like Fortran code:
Splice can be used to convert expressions in a file:
The following C file contains the unevaluated integral:
Splice inserts the result of the integral:
The spliced file:
Possible Issues (1)
Names of functions output by CForm may be different from the names used by the specific C library:
In order to compile the C code generated, a header file found at the following location may need to be included: