<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Log: > Add missing series operator, mostly for readability.

Is there a way for the continuing function to access its index as well as, or instead of, the values of one or more preceding terms? And/or to access elements by counting forward from the start rather than backward from the end? There is a mathematical technique whereby any series that takes the form of "F(n) = A*F(n-1) + B*F(n-2) + C*F(n-3)" can be reformulated as a function of n, A, B, C, F(0), F(1), and F(2). (And it is not limited to three terms; it can be as few as one or as many as n-1 - although it has to be the same number for every calculated term in the series.) For the Fibonacci series, it's something like: F(n) = (pow((sqrt(5) + 1)/2, n) + pow((sqrt(5) - 1)/2, n))/sqrt(5) ...or something to that effect. It would be nice if the programmer were given the tools to do this sort of thing explicitly instead of having to rely on the optimizer to know how to do this implicitly. -- Jonathan "Dataweaver" Lang