## TEPS Type-based Epsilon Calculation

Section: Base Constants

### Usage

Returns`eps`

for double precision arguments and
`feps`

for single precision arguments. The syntax for
`teps`

is
y = teps(x)

The `teps`

function is most useful if you need to
compute epsilon based on the type of the array.

### Example

The following example demonstrates the use of the`teps`

function,
and one of its numerical consequences.
--> teps(float(3.4)) ans = 1.1921e-07 --> teps(complex(3.4+i*2)) ans = 2.2204e-16