question about math module notation
Paul Rubin
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Thu Jul 26 22:59:12 CEST 2007
brad <byte8bits at gmail.com> writes:
> Ah yes, that works too... thanks. I've settled on doing it this way:
> print int(math.pow(2,64))
> I like the added parenthesis :)
I was surprised to find that gives an exact (integer, not
floating-point) answer. Still, I think it's better to say 2**64
which also works for (e.g.) 2**10000 where math.pow(2,10000)
raises an exception.
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