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## [Emacs-diffs] Changes to emacs/man/calc.texi

 From: Jay Belanger Subject: [Emacs-diffs] Changes to emacs/man/calc.texi Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 20:53:42 -0400

```Index: emacs/man/calc.texi
diff -c emacs/man/calc.texi:1.57 emacs/man/calc.texi:1.58
*** emacs/man/calc.texi:1.57    Sun May  8 04:57:46 2005
--- emacs/man/calc.texi Sat May 14 00:53:40 2005
***************
*** 22660,22670 ****

The formula @expr{x^0} is simplified to @expr{1}, or to @samp{idn(1)}
in Matrix mode.  The formula @expr{0^x} is simplified to @expr{0}
! unless @expr{x} is a negative number or complex number, in which
! case the result is an infinity or an unsimplified formula according
! to the current infinite mode.  Note that @expr{0^0} is an
! indeterminate form, as evidenced by the fact that the simplifications
! for @expr{x^0} and @expr{0^x} conflict when @expr{x=0}.

Powers of products or quotients @expr{(a b)^c}, @expr{(a/b)^c}
are distributed to @expr{a^c b^c}, @expr{a^c / b^c} only if @expr{c}
--- 22660,22669 ----

The formula @expr{x^0} is simplified to @expr{1}, or to @samp{idn(1)}
in Matrix mode.  The formula @expr{0^x} is simplified to @expr{0}
! unless @expr{x} is a negative number, complex number or zero.
! If @expr{x} is negative, complex or @expr{0.0}, @expr{0^x} is an
! infinity or an unsimplified formula according to the current infinite
! mode.  The expression @expr{0^0} is simplified to @expr{1}.

Powers of products or quotients @expr{(a b)^c}, @expr{(a/b)^c}
are distributed to @expr{a^c b^c}, @expr{a^c / b^c} only if @expr{c}

```