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LOG() Function - Common Logarithm

## Syntax

LOG(num{,precis}{,ERR=lineref})

## Description

The LOG() function returns the common logarithm (base 10) of its argument.

Parameter |
Description |
---|---|

number |
Argument to be processed. |

precis |
Numeric precision, an integer in the range of 1 to 16 (default is 6) that represents the number of decimal places desired in the result. |

ERR=lineref |
Branch to be taken if an error occurs during execution. |

## Example

### Example 1

The following defines the log of X:

1000 LET A=LOG(X)

### Example 2

The following defines the log of X with a precision of 16:

1000 LET A=LOG(X,16)

### Example 3

The following acts a counterpart to the LOG() function, allowing non-integer powers:

1000 LET A=B^3.45