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Sqrt function working in c [closed]

How does sqrt function really work ? Does it go by any logical theorem to get the result. Is there any way i can access the code of libarary function such as sqrt?
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1answer
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A simple C library filling the gaps in standard (C, POSIX) libraries?

I'm looking for a C function library, which would contain a collection of simple and plain utility functions "missing" from C or POSIX standards. I found this earlier question, but answers there list ...
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1answer
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In GSL, why do some functions take a “workspace” argument?

In certain functions in GSL (GNU Scientific Library), some functions take a "workspace" environment as an argument. For example, gsl_poly_dd_taylor from this page. Why? Wouldn't it be easier for ...
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2answers
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Questions about linking libraries in C

I am learning C (still very much a beginner) on Linux using the GCC compiler. I have noticed that some libraries, such as the library used with the math.h header, need to be linked in manually when ...
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Is there any Boost equivalent library for C?

Is there any Boost equivalent library for C?
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1answer
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What is a good C or Obj-C framework for manipulating Git Repositories?

What Obj-C/C libraries have you used for manipulating git repos in your Mac apps? I am working on a Mac app that I would like to be able to clone and modify git repos. Using git directly is not an ...
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1answer
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How can I move a library inside a project's source tree and compiling static binaries?

How can I move a library inside a project's source tree and compiling static binaries? I want to use a particular tool that utilizes ANCIENT binaries without upgrading it's API usage. This way I can ...