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13999: THE 'INT' FUNCTION (offset 39)
 The address of this routine is found in the table of addresses. It is called via the calculator literal 39 by the routines at BEEP, FP_TO_BC, LOG_2_A, PRINT_FP, n_mod_m, exp and get_argt. It is also called indirectly via fp_calc_2. This subroutine handles the function INT X and returns a 'last value' that is the 'integer part' of the value supplied. Thus INT 2.4 gives 2 but as the subroutine always rounds the result down INT -2.4 gives -3. The subroutine uses truncate to produce I(X) such that I(2.4)=2 and I(-2.4)=-2. Thus, INT X is given by I(X) when X>=0, and by I(X)-1 for negative values of X that are not already integers, when the result is, of course, I(X). int 13999 RST 40 X 14000 DEFB 49 duplicate: X, X 14001 DEFB 54 less_0: X, (1/0) 14002 DEFB 0 jump_true to X_NEG: X 14003 DEFB 4 For values of X that have been shown to be greater than or equal to zero there is no jump and I(X) is readily found. 14004 DEFB 58 truncate: I(X) 14005 DEFB 56 end_calc 14006 RET Finished. When X is a negative integer I(X) is returned, otherwise I(X)-1 is returned. X_NEG 14007 DEFB 49 duplicate: X, X 14008 DEFB 58 truncate: X, I(X) 14009 DEFB 192 st_mem_0: X, I(X) (mem-0 holds I(X)) 14010 DEFB 3 subtract: X-I(X) 14011 DEFB 224 get_mem_0: X-I(X), I(X) 14012 DEFB 1 exchange: I(X), X-I(X) 14013 DEFB 48 f_not: I(X), (1/0) 14014 DEFB 0 jump_true to EXIT: I(X) 14015 DEFB 3 The jump is made for values of X that are negative integers, otherwise there is no jump and I(X)-1 is calculated. 14016 DEFB 161 stk_one: I(X), 1 14017 DEFB 3 subtract: I(X)-1 In either case the subroutine finishes with: EXIT 14018 DEFB 56 end_calc: I(X) or I(X)-1 14019 RET
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