# Different uses of sine function in Julia – sinpi() and sinc() Method

Last Updated : 21 Apr, 2020
The sinpi() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to compute the value of which is more accurately than , where x is the large value.
Syntax: sinpi(x) Parameters:
• x: Specified large value.
Returns: It returns the value of which is more accurately than .
Example:
 # Julia program to illustrate  # the use of sinpi() method   # Getting the value of sin(pi x) println(sinpi(55)) println(sinpi(22.7)) println(sinpi(3.17)) println(sinpi(22 / 7))

Output:
0.0
0.8090169943749488
-0.5090414157503711
-0.43388373911755795

#### sinc()

The sinc() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to compute the value of .
Syntax: sinc(x) Parameters:
• x: Specified value.
Returns: It returns the value of .
Example:
 # Julia program to illustrate  # the use of sinc() method   # Getting the value of sin(pi x)/(pi x) println(sinc(0)) println(sinc(1)) println(sinc(3.14)) println(sinc(22 / 7))

Output:
1
0
-0.043162343260348214
-0.04394392660493417

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