/* This function "t" tests the function "f" to see if computing at two different scales has much effect on the accuracy. test from f(x) to f(y) incrementing the index by d. f(i) is computed at two scales, scale s and then scale t, where t>s. the result from scale t is divided by 1 at scale s and the results are compared. If they are different, the function is said to have failed. It will then print out the value of i (called index) and the two original values val1 (scale s) and val2 (scale t) */ define t (x,y,d,s,t) { auto u, v, w, i, b, c; if (s >= t) { "Bad Scales. Try again. "; return; } for (i = x; i < y; i += d) { scale = s; u = f(i); scale = t; v = f(i); scale = s; w = v / 1; b += 1; if (u != w) { c += 1; " Failed: " " index = "; i; " val1 = "; u; " val2 = "; v; " " } } " Total tests: "; b; " Total failures: "; c; " Percent failed: "; scale = 2; c*100/b; }