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    Default Quick little question

    Hey guys,just wanted to know if there is a way to make java display an exponent?I need to display a polynomial x^3-x-1.For now i just wrote it as xE3-x-1 but i wanted to know if there is a way to make it print out x^3?


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    Default Re: Quick little question

    Print out how? On the command line? In a GUI? Print out in what way? As a superscript?

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    Yes on the command line, and as a superscript.

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    Default Re: Quick little question

    Quote Originally Posted by geezlouise View Post
    Yes on the command line, and as a superscript.
    On the command line? No, that can't be done as far as I know.

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