Calculates the projection of a complex number on the Riemann sphere #include <complex.h> double complex cproj ( double complex z ); float complex cprojf ( float complex z ); long double complex cprojl ( long double complex z ); The Riemann sphere is a surface that represents the entire complex plane and one point for infinity. The cproj( ) function yields the representation of a complex number on the Riemann sphere. The value of cproj(z) is equal to z, except in cases where the real or complex part of z is infinite. In all such cases, the real part of the result is infinity, and the imaginary part is zero with the sign of the imaginary part of the argument z. Exampledouble complex z = -INFINITY - 2.7 * I; double complex c = cproj(z); printf("%.2f %+.2f * I is projected to %.2f %+.2f * I.\n", creal(z), cimag(z), creal(c), cimag(c)); This code produces the following output: -inf -2.70 * I is projected to inf -0.00 * I. See Alsocabs( ), cimag( ), creal( ), carg( ), conj( ) |