--- ai05s/ai05-0088-1.txt 2008/11/27 00:12:21 1.4 +++ ai05s/ai05-0088-1.txt 2011/11/01 05:32:51 1.5 @@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ @drepl The right operand of an exponentiation is the @i<exponent>. The expression X**N with the value of the exponent N positive is equivalent to the expression -X*X*...X (with N–1 multiplications) except that the multiplications are +X*X*...X (with N@endash1 multiplications) except that the multiplications are associated in an arbitrary order. With N equal to zero, the result is one. With the value of N negative (only defined for a floating point operand), the result is the reciprocal of the result using the absolute value of N @@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ @dby The right operand of an exponentiation is the @i<exponent>. The value of X**N with the value of the exponent N positive is the same as the value of -X*X*...X (with N–1 multiplications) except that the multiplications are +X*X*...X (with N@endash1 multiplications) except that the multiplications are associated in an arbitrary order. With N equal to zero, the result is one. With the value of N negative (only defined for a floating point operand), the result is the reciprocal of the result using the absolute value of N

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