[docs] DE-buging I LOVE LOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

이재하 jaeha0919 at naver.com
Tue Jan 9 07:24:19 EST 2018

Hello,my name  is Jaeha Lee,and I'm live in Korea. 
I'm student(14) and like programming VERY VERY MUCH!!!!
Of course, I'm writing this e-mail for tell you about the bug in python.
it is very small and small. but please fixed it(im so hard to make my school task TT)
ammm..... first "5**5**5"  [ 5^5^5 ](it's not string.)This expression has the original value of 298023223876953125(3125*5), but appears as(it is little big ^^;;;;;LOL)
his means not 3125*5 but 5*3125 
it means a^a^a=>a^(a^a) 

not (a^a)^a
so, please debuging it. thank you...
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