Math Header?

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    Math Header?

    Is there a math header file for math functions?

    I mean like a math.h file or something.

    And I mean functions like 7 to the 5th power type stuff or other math functions you wouldn't be able to do other wise.



    Edit: Before anyone corects me....

    I mean you could do that but a math header with that function would make it eisier.

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    Yeah, its called
    #include <cmath>
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    rally now? I'll go and mess with that then. Thanks alot!

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    Where can I get the functions list and all of that tho. Sopme reason my dev-cpp help files don't have any of that.

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    http://www.cplusplus.com/ref/cmath/

    Google for math.h
    First result

    [edit]Also, google for cmath; first and second results.[/edit]
    Just Google It. √

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    oh I had use the bathroom but I'm back. I just did a google and looking at stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
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    There are extensions to cmath in the standard, for example <complex> if you need to do calculations with complex numbers, or <valarray> if you need vectors.
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    Here's another math func. ref. http://cppreference.com/stdmath.html
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    thanks, but I am going to look into Delphi code for a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    thanks, but I am going to look into Delphi code for a little bit.
    Tired of c++ already grasshopper?

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    No not tired. I just heard delphi could very simplily create win 32 apps...but I guess not. Sence my compiler don't even work and a bunch of crap like that. But I am using game maker right now (wich was made from delphi)


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    And I think I am more of a Cricket.
    Haven't you heard the story of the ants and the grasshoppers?

    If you want to create Windows Apps quickly and easily look into C# or use the .NET namespaces with C++.

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    lol I looked at c# already. .net namespaces? I do think that would be just amout of work if it is what I think it is.


    uhh...what is .net namespaceing? tut please...


    Haven't you heard the story of the ants and the grasshoppers?
    Yes I have, mor then once but... I have also heard "Try different things". And I am trying different code.

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    .NET is a microsoft thing. You probably need MSVC++ as I dont know of any othe compiler supporting .NET.

    What .NET is is a different kind of "framework" for building win32 apps.

    I know at first the WinAPI is really scary but just keep trying it every once in a while.
    What ever you do do not constantly keep messing with it or it will drive you bonkers. Just try it every now and then and eventually you will get it.
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    yah maybe.

    Oh and I downloaded and installed .net fram work. I needed it for a think called HEK (Halo Editing Kit).

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