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# Ape Table Trigonometry

*Implementations of sin, cos, and tan using precalculated tables.*

Using these functions can significantly improve performance on systems with limited to no naitive floating point support, like the RP2040. Designed to be no_std compatible out of the box.

# Example:

`use` `ape_table_trig``::``*``;`
`//` Table has an accuracy down to 1πmrad
`static` `TABLE``:` `[``f32``;` `1000``]` `=` `trig_table_gen_f32!``(``1000``)``;`
`fn` `main``(``)`` ``{`
`let` table `=` `TrigTableF32``::`new`(``&``TABLE``)``;`
`//` Calculate the sine of 1π radians
`let` sine `=` table`.``sin``(``PI_F32``)``;`
`}`

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`lib.rs`

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*Implementations of sin, cos, and tan using precalculated tables.*

Using these functions can significantly improve performance on systems with limited to no naitive floating point support, like the RP2040. Designed to be no_std compatible out of the box.

# Example:

`use` `ape_table_trig``::``*``;`
`//` Table has an accuracy down to 1πmrad
`static` `TABLE``:` `[``f32``;` `1000``]` `=` `trig_table_gen_f32!``(``1000``)``;`
`fn` `main``(``)`` ``{`
`let` table `=` `TrigTableF32``::`new`(``&``TABLE``)``;`
`//` Calculate the sine of 1π radians
`let` sine `=` table`.``sin``(``PI_F32``)``;`
`}`