I ran Shedonison program, and generated for -i.100<x<i.100.

Then I graphed the imaginary vs real part:

There is no loop. The function converges very fast to the upper and lower point, where it do spirals too small to be seen.

Any idea ?

There is no problem if I run sexp(I.100)

(actually, I don't know the radius of convergence of the polynomial)

Then I graphed the imaginary vs real part:

There is no loop. The function converges very fast to the upper and lower point, where it do spirals too small to be seen.

(04/20/2015, 07:53 AM)Gottfried Wrote: What do you need most?Well I can't run Sheldonison code for real values. I get this error:

Any idea ?

There is no problem if I run sexp(I.100)

(actually, I don't know the radius of convergence of the polynomial)

I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it.