Euler's formula

Anyone ever usesd Euler’s formula? I really cannot think of a reason to, but it is available as an expresion. Just curious.

Image to stir some recall

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I wonder what e is . Is it an angle . Is that not how the standard sin cos Orbit works . Sorry to be thick . Please explain to a Pupil .

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Number e is the Euler’s constant. It is base of “natural” logarithm. It starts like 2.71828… and has infinite number of decimal places like pi.

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OK cool . So if it is a single number we can not use it as an X Y Cordinant .

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I do not really see a use for it, however, you can use the expression “exp(x)” (e to the x power) for some interesting effects.

Try the following:
Create a rectangle, with width 2, length 100, rotation: `(exp(#DWE#))`and see what happens

@Zieneth : would be really cool to use it at startup on your latest watch face Walter - might be challenging though, you’d have to use clamp as well.

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Ok I give up . Big number . After a couple of minutes I got a Googol .
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Yes, it runs into big number quickly, but I like start sequence. You’d have to stop it after a bit, like:

`((clamp((exp(#DWE#)),0,3600))+#DWFSS#)`

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Yeah those Interp Accel things do a similar job . I struggle to get my Brain around that stuff but I am off to add that Voodoo to my Test .

mod. Would make a good repeat!
(((exp(#DWE#))%3600)

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You mean
(((exp(#DWE#))%3600))

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Well, you know what I was thinking

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I genuinely chuckled at this

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