The conjugate function destructively negates the imaginary part of its argument.


The conjugate function is used to convert a complex number into its conjugate.




(conjugate X)

Arguments Name Type Description
Argument:XComplex A complex number.


A reference to X.



Here are a number of links to Lambda coding examples which contain this instruction in various use cases.


Argument Types

Here are the links to the data types of the function arguments.


Here are also a number of links to functions having arguments with any of these data types.

++ += + /=
/ * -- -=
- abs argument binaryInsert
boolean character compareEQ compareGE
compareGT compareLE compareLT compareNE
compare complex conjugate cons
display imaginary inside integer
isAtom isBitVector isBoolean isByteVector
isChar isCharacter isComplex isDate
isDictionary isDirectory isEqual isError
isFloatVector isIdentical isInside isIntegerVector
isInteger isLambda isMatrix isMember
isMoney isNumberMatrix isNumberVector isNumber
isObjectVector isObject isPair isPcodeVector
isString isStructure isSymbol isText
isType isVector length list
macroReplace makeQuotedList member money
new number objectToMatrix objectToNumMatrix
objectToNumVector pair parent parse
real ref remove saveObject
setCar setCdr setLastCdr setq
sizeof string type uniqueInsert
vectorFill writelg writeln

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