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jayesjay



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PostSubject: Confirm method of raising number to a power   Sat Apr 19, 2014 6:04 pm

Please confirm that the usual Basic expression "x^y" is not valid in Panoramic language for raising x to power y.
For example 2^3 = 8.

Can I assume that the normal rules of arithmetic apply otherwise, in order of execution:
1st Power
2nd Mult/Div
4th Plus/Minus
5th As controlled by brackets (((())))

I am writing this from memory, having just downloading Pan.. I haven't written a basic program for a long time, and just want to have some fun.
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PostSubject: Re: Confirm method of raising number to a power   Sun Apr 20, 2014 12:32 am

Hello jayesjay

In PANORAMIC, the syntax for a^b is: POWER(a,b)

Code:
Dim a,b
a = 2 : b = 3
print power(a,b)


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It is much more active than the English FORUM.

Please excuse my bad English. Embarassed 

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