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> that may very well be so, but I'd naively standardize on C/Fortran > behaviour (but that's probably my physicist bias)

Yep, that's exactly what Python does. :)  (Also follows the LISP standard).

Note that in your program, you're feeding complex(-0.0, -2.0) to asinh,
not complex(0.0, 2.0).
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