i' ve done a program that calculates the result of raising a random base to a random exponent.
the problem is that this stays in a loop that never comes out, n i have to abort it.
and, its ok to put exp*=exp?? cuz, i dont know how to put it, it has to increase in one??
for (exp = 1; exp <= exponente; exp*=exp)
resultado = base pow exp;
cout << " El resultado es: " << resultado;
exp *= exp when exp is 1 means exp *= 1; , exp = exp*1; , exp = exp; . That increment does nothing. To increase exp by 1 every iteration, do exp += 1; , if that's what you meant. Also, what is exponente? What is it set to?
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