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## Solve member function in NLEqn.h

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Federico Zenith |

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Solve member function in NLEqn.h |

**Date**: |
Fri, 25 Jun 2004 10:34:38 +0200 |

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Hi,
I needed to implement a simple equation solver in C++ code. I got to the point
where I am going to use the header file NLEqn.h, but in that file I do not
find the implementation of the member function solve(). Does it come from
another library? What is the function of the "int info" parameter being
passed to that function? Does solve work pretty much as fsolve() in Octave?
Cheers,
- -Federico
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