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"John D'Errico" <woodchips@rochester.rr.com> wrote in message <ikdrci$jch$1@fred.mathworks.com>...

> 
> I could not resist trying out my new toolbox in MATLAB.
> 
> FPF is a class that allows you to work in floating point
> arithmetic with a user specified precision. So here, with
> 50 digits of precision in all computations...
> 
> intxex=fpf(1,50);
> y=1;
> n = 20;
> e1 = fpf('e',50);
> for i=2:n
>   intxex=e1-i*intxex;
>   y=intxex
> end
> 

Just wondering what particular toolbox this is from, assuming it's been released... I didn't find the FPF function in VPI or John's other recent FEX submissions.