# cacoshf(3) [osx man page]

```CACOSH(3)						   BSD Library Functions Manual 						 CACOSH(3)

NAME
cacosh -- complex inverse hyperbolic cosine function

SYNOPSIS
double complex
cacosh(double complex z);

long double complex
cacoshl(long double complex z);

float complex
cacoshf(float complex z);

DESCRIPTION
cacosh(z) computes the inverse hyperbolic cosine of the complex floating-point number z, with a branch cut on the interval [-inf, 1] along
the real axis.

cacosh() returns values in a half-strip of the complex plane with positive real part and imaginary part in the interval [-Pi, Pi].

For all complex floating point numbers z, cacosh(conj(z)) = conj(cacosh(z)).

SPECIAL VALUES
The conjugate symmetry of cacosh() is used to abbreviate the specification of special values.

cacosh(+-0 + 0i) returns 0 + Pi/2 i.

cacosh(x + inf i) returns inf + Pi/2 i, for finite x.

cacosh(x + NaN i) returns NaN + NaN i, for finite nonzero x.

cacosh(-inf + yi) returns inf + Pi i, for finite positive-signed y.

cacosh(inf + yi) returns inf + 0i, for finite positive-signed y.

cacosh(-inf + inf i) returns inf + 3Pi/4 i.

cacosh(inf + inf i) returns inf + Pi/4 i.

cacosh(+-inf + NaN i) returns inf + NaN i.

cacosh(NaN + yi) returns NaN + NaN i, for finite y.

cacosh(NaN + inf i) returns inf + NaN i.

cacosh(NaN + NaN i) returns NaN + NaN i.

NOTES
ccosh(3) complex(3)

STANDARDS
The cacosh() function conforms to ISO/IEC 9899:2011.

4th Berkeley Distribution					 December 11, 2006					 4th Berkeley Distribution```

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```CACOS(3)						   BSD Library Functions Manual 						  CACOS(3)

NAME
cacos -- complex inverse cosine function

SYNOPSIS
double complex
cacos(double complex z);

long double complex
cacosl(long double complex z);

float complex
cacosf(float complex z);

DESCRIPTION
cacos(z) computes the inverse cosine of the complex floating-point number z, with branch cuts outside the interval [-1,1] along the real
axis.

cacos() returns values in a strip of the complex plane with unbounded imaginary part, and real part in the interval [0, Pi].

For all complex floating point numbers z, cacos(conj(z)) = conj(cacos(z)).

SPECIAL VALUES
The conjugate symmetry of cacos() is used to abbreviate the specification of special values.

cacos(+-0 + 0i) returns Pi/2 - 0i.

cacos(+-0 + NaN i) returns Pi/2 + NaN i.

cacos(x + inf i) returns Pi/2 - inf i, for finite x.

cacos(x + NaN i) returns NaN + NaN i, for finite nonzero x.

cacos(-inf + yi) returns Pi - inf i, for finite positive-signed y.

cacos(inf + yi) returns 0 - inf i, for finite positive-signed y.

cacos(-inf + inf i) returns 3Pi/4 - inf i.

cacos(inf + inf i) returns Pi/4 - inf i.

cacos(+-inf + NaN i) returns NaN + inf i.

cacos(NaN + yi) returns NaN + NaN i, for finite y.

cacos(NaN + inf i) returns NaN - inf i.

cacos(NaN + NaN i) returns NaN + NaN i.

NOTES
complex(3)

STANDARDS
The cacos() function conforms to ISO/IEC 9899:2011.

4th Berkeley Distribution					 December 11, 2006					 4th Berkeley Distribution```
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