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Wow... 
Foundation 
What a monster problem programming BigInts for the first time is.... So many tiny bugs... :P At least one gains programming stamina from overexertion... 
Jul 13, 2009  10:29:12 pm UTC 
Re: Partial Points 
bbi5291 
Did you bother to READ? All but one (or was it two) of the test cases require essentially no effort to solve. Just giving partial points for them would be too much. 
Apr 07, 2009  2:12:13 am UTC 
Partial Points 
bleung91 
Whatever happened to that? 
Apr 07, 2009  2:10:04 am UTC 
Re: Hints  PLEASE???? 
hansonw1 
There is no "easy" way to do this. You have to find a way to multiply numbers of any length. Try doing "A plus B 2" first. 
Jan 01, 2009  9:57:38 pm UTC 
Hints  PLEASE???? 
Bob 

Jan 01, 2009  9:00:55 pm UTC 
Re: Re: is there an antilog "function" in pascal 
hansonw1 
No, it would be too easy then. The answer for the last case won't fit in real or even extended. 
Jan 01, 2009  8:50:07 pm UTC 
Re: Re: is there an antilog "function" in pascal 
Bob 
So close to getting 15 points... Can you make it 15 partial points instead?? 
Jan 01, 2009  8:38:23 pm UTC 
Re: is there an antilog "function" in pascal 
bbi5291 
Yes, it's called exp, and computes the exponential of its argument, that is, exp(x) = ex. However, using logs/antilogs no longer works for this problem... 
Jan 01, 2009  8:29:34 pm UTC 
is there an antilog "function" in pascal 
Bob 

Jan 01, 2009  8:13:59 pm UTC 
Test data updated 
bbi5291 
This problem used to be solvable using a long double to store p, since you only need a handful of digits, so a new test case has been added, with 1 
Jan 01, 2009  7:25:18 pm UTC 