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Source code for the C functions in the book “Numerical Recipes in C: The Art of Scientific Computing” published by Cambridge University Press (1988). | |||
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ATTR.COM | 627 | 547 | deflated |

COMPLEX.C | 1695 | 548 | deflated |

COMPLEX.H | 278 | 111 | deflated |

DATA.ZIP | 22607 | 20477 | deflated |

EXAMPLES.DOC | 8048 | 3064 | deflated |

MALLOC.H | 388 | 229 | deflated |

NR.H | 28457 | 4974 | deflated |

NRUTIL.C | 3706 | 777 | deflated |

NRUTIL.H | 362 | 112 | deflated |

RAN0.C | 536 | 302 | deflated |

RAN4.C | 1360 | 584 | deflated |

README.DOC | 7035 | 2779 | deflated |

RECIPES.ZIP | 110078 | 85429 | deflated |

# Download File C-RECIPE.ZIP Here

## Contents of the README.DOC file

NUMERICAL RECIPES C DISKETTE V1.0

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The entire contents of this diskette are

Copyright (C) 1985, 1987 by Numerical Recipes Software

P.O. Box 243, Cambridge, MA 02238

Unauthorized reproduction is strictly prohibited.

Please read this document completely before attempting to use the NUMERICAL

RECIPES C DISKETTE. Your use of any computer procedures on this diskette

constitutes acceptance of the terms of the DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY, which is

given in full at the end of this document.

WHAT IS THIS DISKETTE?

This diskette contains machine-readable source code for the C functions

in the book "Numerical Recipes in C: The Art of Scientific Computing" published

by Cambridge University Press (1988). If you do not have the book, this

diskette will not be very useful to you, since the code on this diskette does

not include the book's explanations or line-by-line program comments. Details

on how to order the book are given at the end of this document.

WHAT PROGRAMS ARE ON THIS DISKETTE?

All 205 functions listed in "Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific

Computing" are included as C source code on this diskette. Also on this

diskette are the following supplementary files:

-- NRUTIL.C short utilities for error reporting, and vector

and matrix memory allocation. These are used by other programs

on this diskette.

-- NRUTIL.H the header declarations file corresponding to NRUTIL.C

-- COMPLEX.C utilities for complex arithmetic that are used by a

few programs on this diskette.

-- COMPLEX.H the header declarations file corresponding to COMPLEX.C

-- MALLOC.H a header file that declares malloc() and free(), included

for compatibility with some C compilers. You can probably delete

this file, or replace it by one containing only a blank line.

-- NR.H a header declarations file for all the Numerical Recipes

functions on this diskette. Three formats are present: traditional,

LINT arguments, and ANSI.

-- README.DOC this file

HOW DO YOU ACCESS THE PROGRAMS?

This diskette has one "hidden" subdirectory: The subdirectory \RECIPES

contains the 205 Numerical Recipes functions, all with names of the format

*.C. For example, if this diskette is in drive A: and you are in some other

working directory, you can copy the function BCUCOF to your working directory

by the command COPY A:\RECIPES\BCUCOF.C where denotes the enter

or return key. If you want to copy all the Recipe files, e.g. to a hard disk,

you can do this by the command COPY A:\RECIPES\*.* This will take some

time, since the number of files is large. Also note that some hard disks have

a minimum file block size as large as 4096 bytes. Since most of the files are

much shorter than that, the programs on this diskette may occupy substantially

more space on a hard disk. We recommend that you create a backup copy of this

diskette using the DISKCOPY command, then copy individual programs to your

working directory only as you need them.

WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU NEED HELP?

If you believe that this diskette is defective in manufacture, return it

to the place of purchase for replacement, or contact Cambridge University Press

at 32 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022, USA.

For technical questions or assistance, write to Numerical Recipes

Software, P.O. Box 243, Cambridge, MA 02238, USA. Please note, however, that

the programs on this diskette are sold "as is" (see DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY

below). The authors of NUMERICAL RECIPES are interested in receiving reports

of bugs, but they cannot guarantee to correct them on any fixed schedule. User

satisfaction is important to authors and publisher, however, so you should not

hesitate to make your comments or problems known.

HOW TO ORDER ADDITIONAL PRODUCTS:

The Numerical Recipes series is available in three languages, FORTRAN,

C, and Pascal, and for a variety of machines, including IBM PC compatibles,

IBM PS/2 compatibles, Apple Macintosh, DEC VAX/VMS, DEC VAX/ULTRIX, Sun

Workstation (UNIX), and others. For each language and machine, the series

includes the Main Book ("Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific Computing"),

an Example Book, and machine-readable versions of the software.

Some of the above products can be ordered from Cambridge University Press,

while others must be ordered from Numerical Recipes Software.

Order the following items from Cambridge University Press, 510 North Avenue,

New Rochelle, New York 10801, Tel. (800) 431-1580 (outside of Canada and New

York), (914) 235-0300 (in Canada and New York); or contact your local

bookstore:

Numerical Recipes (Main Book) FORTRAN/PASCAL edition

Numerical Recipes (Main Book) C edition

Numerical Recipes Example Book in FORTRAN

Numerical Recipes Example Book in Pascal

Numerical Recipes Example Book in C

IBM PC 5.25" diskette for Main Book (specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

IBM PC 5.25" diskette for Example Book (specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

Apple Macintosh Disk for Main Book (specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

Apple Macintosh Disk for Example Book (specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

Order the following items from Numerical Recipes Software, P.O. Box 243,

Cambridge, MA 02238:

PS/2 or laptop 3.5" diskette (one diskette for both Main Book

and Example Book -- specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

VAX/VMS Numerical Recipes license and magtape distribution

(Main Book and Examples -- specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

UNIX or ULTRIX Numerical Recipes license and magtape distribution

(Main Book and Examples -- specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

IBM Mainframe Numerical Recipes license and magtape distribution

(Main Book and Examples -- specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY

---------- -- --------

THE PROGRAMS AND FUNCTIONS ON THIS DISKETTE ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT

WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, THAT THE

PROGRAMS AND FUNCTIONS ARE FREE OF ERROR, OR ARE CONSISTENT WITH ANY PARTICULAR

STANDARD OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR THAT THEY WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR ANY

PARTICULAR APPLICATION. THEY SHOULD NOT BE RELIED ON FOR SOLVING A PROBLEM

WHOSE INCORRECT SOLUTION COULD RESULT IN INJURY TO A PERSON OR LOSS OF

PROPERTY. IF YOU DO USE THE PROGRAMS OR FUNCTIONS IN SUCH A MANNER, IT IS AT

YOUR OWN RISK. THE AUTHORS AND PUBLISHER DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR DIRECT,

INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM YOUR USE OF THE PROGRAMS OR

FUNCTIONS ON THIS DISKETTE. ANY LIABILITY OF SELLER OR MANUFACTURER WILL BE

LIMITED EXCLUSIVELY TO PRODUCT REPLACEMENT OF DISKETTES WITH MANUFACTURING

DEFECTS.

--------- ------- - -------- ----

The entire contents of this diskette are

Copyright (C) 1985, 1987 by Numerical Recipes Software

P.O. Box 243, Cambridge, MA 02238

Unauthorized reproduction is strictly prohibited.

Please read this document completely before attempting to use the NUMERICAL

RECIPES C DISKETTE. Your use of any computer procedures on this diskette

constitutes acceptance of the terms of the DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY, which is

given in full at the end of this document.

WHAT IS THIS DISKETTE?

This diskette contains machine-readable source code for the C functions

in the book "Numerical Recipes in C: The Art of Scientific Computing" published

by Cambridge University Press (1988). If you do not have the book, this

diskette will not be very useful to you, since the code on this diskette does

not include the book's explanations or line-by-line program comments. Details

on how to order the book are given at the end of this document.

WHAT PROGRAMS ARE ON THIS DISKETTE?

All 205 functions listed in "Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific

Computing" are included as C source code on this diskette. Also on this

diskette are the following supplementary files:

-- NRUTIL.C short utilities for error reporting, and vector

and matrix memory allocation. These are used by other programs

on this diskette.

-- NRUTIL.H the header declarations file corresponding to NRUTIL.C

-- COMPLEX.C utilities for complex arithmetic that are used by a

few programs on this diskette.

-- COMPLEX.H the header declarations file corresponding to COMPLEX.C

-- MALLOC.H a header file that declares malloc() and free(), included

for compatibility with some C compilers. You can probably delete

this file, or replace it by one containing only a blank line.

-- NR.H a header declarations file for all the Numerical Recipes

functions on this diskette. Three formats are present: traditional,

LINT arguments, and ANSI.

-- README.DOC this file

HOW DO YOU ACCESS THE PROGRAMS?

This diskette has one "hidden" subdirectory: The subdirectory \RECIPES

contains the 205 Numerical Recipes functions, all with names of the format

*.C. For example, if this diskette is in drive A: and you are in some other

working directory, you can copy the function BCUCOF to your working directory

by the command COPY A:\RECIPES\BCUCOF.C

or return key. If you want to copy all the Recipe files, e.g. to a hard disk,

you can do this by the command COPY A:\RECIPES\*.*

time, since the number of files is large. Also note that some hard disks have

a minimum file block size as large as 4096 bytes. Since most of the files are

much shorter than that, the programs on this diskette may occupy substantially

more space on a hard disk. We recommend that you create a backup copy of this

diskette using the DISKCOPY command, then copy individual programs to your

working directory only as you need them.

WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU NEED HELP?

If you believe that this diskette is defective in manufacture, return it

to the place of purchase for replacement, or contact Cambridge University Press

at 32 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022, USA.

For technical questions or assistance, write to Numerical Recipes

Software, P.O. Box 243, Cambridge, MA 02238, USA. Please note, however, that

the programs on this diskette are sold "as is" (see DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY

below). The authors of NUMERICAL RECIPES are interested in receiving reports

of bugs, but they cannot guarantee to correct them on any fixed schedule. User

satisfaction is important to authors and publisher, however, so you should not

hesitate to make your comments or problems known.

HOW TO ORDER ADDITIONAL PRODUCTS:

The Numerical Recipes series is available in three languages, FORTRAN,

C, and Pascal, and for a variety of machines, including IBM PC compatibles,

IBM PS/2 compatibles, Apple Macintosh, DEC VAX/VMS, DEC VAX/ULTRIX, Sun

Workstation (UNIX), and others. For each language and machine, the series

includes the Main Book ("Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific Computing"),

an Example Book, and machine-readable versions of the software.

Some of the above products can be ordered from Cambridge University Press,

while others must be ordered from Numerical Recipes Software.

Order the following items from Cambridge University Press, 510 North Avenue,

New Rochelle, New York 10801, Tel. (800) 431-1580 (outside of Canada and New

York), (914) 235-0300 (in Canada and New York); or contact your local

bookstore:

Numerical Recipes (Main Book) FORTRAN/PASCAL edition

Numerical Recipes (Main Book) C edition

Numerical Recipes Example Book in FORTRAN

Numerical Recipes Example Book in Pascal

Numerical Recipes Example Book in C

IBM PC 5.25" diskette for Main Book (specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

IBM PC 5.25" diskette for Example Book (specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

Apple Macintosh Disk for Main Book (specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

Apple Macintosh Disk for Example Book (specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

Order the following items from Numerical Recipes Software, P.O. Box 243,

Cambridge, MA 02238:

PS/2 or laptop 3.5" diskette (one diskette for both Main Book

and Example Book -- specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

VAX/VMS Numerical Recipes license and magtape distribution

(Main Book and Examples -- specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

UNIX or ULTRIX Numerical Recipes license and magtape distribution

(Main Book and Examples -- specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

IBM Mainframe Numerical Recipes license and magtape distribution

(Main Book and Examples -- specify FORTRAN, Pascal, or C)

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY

---------- -- --------

THE PROGRAMS AND FUNCTIONS ON THIS DISKETTE ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT

WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, THAT THE

PROGRAMS AND FUNCTIONS ARE FREE OF ERROR, OR ARE CONSISTENT WITH ANY PARTICULAR

STANDARD OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR THAT THEY WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR ANY

PARTICULAR APPLICATION. THEY SHOULD NOT BE RELIED ON FOR SOLVING A PROBLEM

WHOSE INCORRECT SOLUTION COULD RESULT IN INJURY TO A PERSON OR LOSS OF

PROPERTY. IF YOU DO USE THE PROGRAMS OR FUNCTIONS IN SUCH A MANNER, IT IS AT

YOUR OWN RISK. THE AUTHORS AND PUBLISHER DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR DIRECT,

INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM YOUR USE OF THE PROGRAMS OR

FUNCTIONS ON THIS DISKETTE. ANY LIABILITY OF SELLER OR MANUFACTURER WILL BE

LIMITED EXCLUSIVELY TO PRODUCT REPLACEMENT OF DISKETTES WITH MANUFACTURING

DEFECTS.

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