Just an FYI the last example has a typo:
"pow(myValue,myPowner); // myValue is the base and myPower is the exponent"
^ the n should be removed or ^ the n should be added
This is a great article, and I am enjoying reading it.
Could it be that the the variable
my_result in the third line of the code
float myValue=25, myResult; myResult = sqrt(myValue); // Squareroot the variable myValue, and store it into variable myResult myResult = pow(my_result,2.00); // Square the variable myResult, and then store it back into myResult
should be renamed in
AND I think the
float 2.00 should be replaced by an
int 2. At least my Dev-C++ (version 220.127.116.11) can't handle a
float as the second parameter of the
BTW, nice tutorial so far.