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Really big numbers becoming "inf" in FS?
I'm exploring a feature for catenary curves with FS and one of my main references is this great blog post, which should help not only make the curves, but do it with a user-friendly UI. If I'm understanding it, I need to be able to calculate the hyperbolic sine of numbers like 1000, which results in numbers so big that Onshape calls it "inf" and I get a NaN error message in the FeatureScript Notices panel. I infer that "inf" means "infinity" and "NaN" means "Not a Number". Is that right? Either way it's making my "*" operator fail. Any suggestion on making this work?
Evan Reese / Principal and Industrial Designer with Ovyl