QuoteOriginally posted by: outrunQuoteOriginally posted by: CuchulainnQuoteOriginally posted by: outrunYes,.. that what's need to be done.I'm using this "casio" site a lot (the one from the 80s digital watches with a calculator in them!), it has all sorts of high precision calculators:http://keisan.casio.com/exec/system/1180573449erf(0.01)
= 0.011283415555849616915909523548069210949100954830116erf(0.1) = 0.1124629160182848922032750717439683832216962991597erf(0.2) = 0.22270258921047845414013900680014381638826903843023erf(0.8) = 0.74210096470766048616711058650294587731768957991471erf(2.0) = 0.99532226501895273416206925636725292861089179704006erf(4.0) = 0.99999998458274209971998114784032651311595142785475Why is accuracy important in this case?It's for some high precision hobby project that I want to work on at some point in the future when I have more time. The idea is to sell it and retire of course.I see. Have you tried "Dragons' Den"?