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Power function that accepts real numbers

Posted on 2007-03-24
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I need an algorithm or C++ pseudo code for exponentiation with real numbers, i.e. 2^3.5.

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Question by:gromul
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by:ozo
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#include <math.h>
pow(2.0,3.5);
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by:gromul
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I got that, but how would I code this function myself?
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exp(log(2.0)*3.5)
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2*2*2*sqrt(2)
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