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    Narue 5,707   5 Years Ago

    Before looking for ways to do this, maybe you should consider why you want to do it in the first place. Bitwise operations not working on floating-point isn't much of an issue because most of the time it's nonsensical. Read More

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    WaltP 2,905   5 Years Ago

    Where you got the idea ^ means [I]raised to the power[/I] in C is a great question. Belaying that, look in the [iCODE]math.h[/iCODE] header for the function [iCODE]pow()[/iCODE] Read More

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Before looking for ways to do this, maybe you should consider why you want to do it in the first place. Bitwise operations not working on floating-point isn't much of an issue because most of the time it's nonsensical.

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by a^b i mean 'a raised to b' (bth power of a). not bitwise operations.

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Where you got the idea ^ means raised to the power in C is a great question.

Belaying that, look in the math.h header for the function pow()

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