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    Hi,
    So i have no coding experience, but am now working in a computational chemistry lab for my senior year research.

    I am working with code someone wrote previously that integrates a function and gives the final result.

    In the code is the term

    Ir(e1s, e2s, ZmaxB1, ZminB1, ZmaxA, ZminA, ZmaxB2, ZminB2, ha, hb, loc);

    So my question is, is Ir() a function included in math.h? Like sin() or sinh()?

    Ir() is declared at the beginning of the program with "double Ir();"

    Thanks
    Rachael

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    nope, that's user defined. If you have the source code you be able to see what it does.
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    Cool thanks, look like I am gonna have to go talk to my PI. I appreciate the quick response.
    Rachael

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