I just tried to use the sin() function of the math libraries (#include
<math.h>) but it doesn’t seem to compile properly. some other functions from
the same library are not accessible either.

I tried to compile the program with “qcc” first. When compiling it with
“QCC” (capital letters) it works fine and I get the right results. Is there
maybe no “sin()” function for the normal c-library available but just for
C++? Where can I get the library for C?

I just tried to use the sin() function of the math libraries (#include
math.h>) but it doesn’t seem to compile properly. some other functions
from
the same library are not accessible either.

I tried to compile the program with “qcc” first. When compiling it with
“QCC” (capital letters) it works fine and I get the right results. Is
there
maybe no “sin()” function for the normal c-library available but just for
C++? Where can I get the library for C?

I just tried to use the sin() function of the math libraries (#include
math.h>) but it doesn’t seem to compile properly. some other functions
from
the same library are not accessible either.

I tried to compile the program with “qcc” first. When compiling it with
“QCC” (capital letters) it works fine and I get the right results. Is
there
maybe no “sin()” function for the normal c-library available but just
for
C++? Where can I get the library for C?