Thread: creating a "to the power" equivalent in c

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    laser, how would i implement that x stuff in my code? i dont really have a grasp on how to put it into action instead of the pow() stuff.

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    Well... write a program to print alternating 1s and -1s. That should give you some insight into how to handle this coefficient x. Once you have that figured out, you can use it for your actual program.
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