Where's --load for 2.0.0?
cppljevans at cox-internet.com
Thu Jul 13 13:29:31 EDT 2006
On 07/13/2006 12:10 PM, Derek Atkins wrote:
> This "feature" was removed because when we asked online nobody said
> they were using it. What are you using it for?
To prototyp scm code to calculate average annualized rate of return
;; flow exponent
(list -1.0 3.0 )
(list -1.0 2.0 )
(list 12.0 0.0 )
The aaror would be 100%. IOW.
2.0 = 100%/100+1
infix notation is used
^ is the infix expontiation op, i.e.
(expt base exp) == base^exp
I had been using --load to quickly test the code instead of
having to wait for the screen to appear. I also was using
slib charplot to see the results and maybe get some idea
of why I wasn't getting the answer I expected. For example,
with all flow's of one sign, I would expect there couldn't
be an answer, but slib's secant:find-root found a -base
that could solve some problems but not others; so, I
did a graph of ... well anyway, it turns out that
a -base would result in imaginary values for future
value of some of the flows. Obviously this couldn't
be what the user intended; hence, I needed to get
some idea of how I could diagnose this. Doing all
this in by interacting with gnucash was taking way
too long; hence, I resorted to using the --load
command line option.
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