e
Synopsis
Push the symbolic constant 'e' on the stack
Stack Diagram
Input Stack | Output Stack | |
---|---|---|
→ | C_{e} | |
Level 1 / Argument 1 | → | Level 1 |
Keyword type | Analytic Function | |
Parallel list processing capabilities | Group 1 | Commands that cannot parallel process |
Affected by flags | None |
Description
The e
function pushes on the stack a symbolic representation of the constant $e$.
Application of the →NUM
operator returns its closest approximation to 2000-digits accuracy, irrespective of the numeric precision defined by SETPREC
. This is done to ensure maximum accuracy if the symbolic expression is ultimately converted to a real number.
Compatibility
e
is not fully equivalent to its userRPL counterpart.
In particular:
- userRPL returns the closest approximation of $e$ to 12-digits accuracy.
Usage
Input
« 6 SETPREC e →NUM DUP 1 * »
Output
4: 3: 2: 2.718281828459. 1: 2.71828. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………