# toCC -- convert to high-precision complex number

## Synopsis

• Usage:
toCC(prec,x,y)
toCC(prec,x)
• Inputs:
• Outputs:
• , the complex number with real part x and complex part y. If y is omitted, the imaginary part is zero.
 i1 : toCC(200,7) o1 = 7 o1 : CC (of precision 200) i2 : toCC(100,7,3.) o2 = 7+3*ii o2 : CC (of precision 100)

## Synopsis

• Usage:
toCC(x,y)
toCC x
• Inputs:
• x,
• y,
• Outputs:
• , the complex number with real part x and complex part y. If y is omitted, the imaginary part is zero. The precision of the result is the minimum precision of the arguments.
 i3 : toCC(3.,4.) o3 = 3+4*ii o3 : CC (of precision 53) i4 : toCC(3.p100,4.p200) o4 = 3+4*ii o4 : CC (of precision 100)

## Ways to use toCC :

• "toCC(CC)"
• "toCC(QQ)"
• "toCC(RR)"
• "toCC(RR,RR)"
• "toCC(ZZ)"
• "toCC(ZZ,CC)"
• "toCC(ZZ,QQ)"
• "toCC(ZZ,QQ,QQ)"
• "toCC(ZZ,QQ,RR)"
• "toCC(ZZ,QQ,ZZ)"
• "toCC(ZZ,RR)"
• "toCC(ZZ,RR,QQ)"
• "toCC(ZZ,RR,RR)"
• "toCC(ZZ,RR,ZZ)"
• "toCC(ZZ,ZZ)"
• "toCC(ZZ,ZZ,QQ)"
• "toCC(ZZ,ZZ,RR)"
• "toCC(ZZ,ZZ,ZZ)"

## For the programmer

The object toCC is .