I'm solving some differential equations by iterating and I want to use Chop to get rid of noice smaller than a certain threshold. However, I found that Chop only "chops" the real part, not the imaginary part. My question is, which function can I use in order to approximate both real and imaginary parts that are very close to zero by zero?
For example, if I try to do
A = 10^(-50); B = I*10^(-50); Chop[A + B]
The result is just that same number (and actually not even the real number is getting chopped so I'm not sure if I'm understanding this correctly). I would want the result to be zero.