I was hoping this c++ file could be adapted to use as data compression or encryption(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Code (C):

#include <iostream>

#include <cmath>

using namespace std;

double asil(double t)

{

cout<<"asil\n";

cout<< cos(t) << endl;

double two = 2.0;

cout<< sin(sqrt(two)*t) << endl;

return sin(sqrt(two)*t);

}

int main(){

double one = 1;

double four = 4;

double pi = atan(one)*four;

double tolerance = .00001;

//cout<<"dedede";

double m=1,n=1,t=1,x=1,y=1;

cout<<"enter x: " <<endl;

cin>>x;

cout<<"enter y: "<<endl;

cin>>y;

int i = 0;

while(

(sqrt(2)-tolerance)>((asin(y)+2*pi*m)/(acos(x)+2*pi*n))||

(sqrt(2)+tolerance)<((asin(y)+2*pi*m)/(acos(x)+2*pi*n)))

{

if(i++ % 100000 == 0) asil(t);

/**

if( ((sqrt(2)+0.0001)>=((asin(y)+2*pi*m)/(acos(x)+2*pi*n)))

&&((sqrt(2)-0.0001)<=((asin(y)+2*pi*m)/(acos(x)+2*pi*n))) ){

t=acos(x)+2*pi*n;

cout<<t<<endl;

}

else **/

if(

(sqrt(2)-tolerance)>=((asin(y)+2*pi*m)/(acos(x)+2*pi*n))){

m=m+1;}

else if((sqrt(2)+tolerance)<=((asin(y)+2*pi*m)/(acos(x)+2*pi*n)))

{

n=n+1;}

}

t=acos(x)+2*pi*n;

cout<<t<<endl;

asil(t);

return 0;

}

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