real roots, powers
Gergely CZUCZY
phoemix at harmless.hu
Wed Dec 28 18:06:03 CET 2005
hello
i've started using GMP for some arithmetic functions for an applications.
i'm mostly working with integer arithmetics.
my questions is, how can an integere number be raised to a not-integer power?
like n^x, where n is an integer, x is a real number, like 1.2 or 0.7
also, how can i get a real root of a number? root(n,x) where x is real, n is integer
(on real here, i mean floating-point numbers)
Bye,
Gergely Czuczy
mailto: gergely.czuczy at harmless.hu
PGP: http://phoemix.harmless.hu/phoemix.pgp
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