X-Git-Url: http://gitweb.scilab.org/?p=scilab.git;a=blobdiff_plain;f=scilab%2Fmodules%2Fm2sci%2Fhelp%2Fen_US%2Fm2sci_equivalents%2Foperators%2Fpower.xml;h=c98e40f5bd64ec3ba7090798627d09cdcc146ec3;hp=966ed8c6b1190edd9cd482d9ac60f58254a9dfcd;hb=817e9fc0dfb1b26c4eac6f249e39c25d7f66440b;hpb=017e0b862e869e79562306ba11bdfa1b25fc3645 diff --git a/scilab/modules/m2sci/help/en_US/m2sci_equivalents/operators/power.xml b/scilab/modules/m2sci/help/en_US/m2sci_equivalents/operators/power.xml index 966ed8c..c98e40f 100644 --- a/scilab/modules/m2sci/help/en_US/m2sci_equivalents/operators/power.xml +++ b/scilab/modules/m2sci/help/en_US/m2sci_equivalents/operators/power.xml @@ -47,5 +47,10 @@ Note that Matlab seems to have a bug for X^(Y) when X is a character and that in Scilab operations such as X^(Y) with X a scalar and Y a matrix is equivalent to X.^(Y) (Will change in next Scilab versions...). + + + Exponentiation is right-associative in Scilab contrarily to Matlab® and Octave. For example 2^3^4 is equal to 2^(3^4) in Scilab but is equal to (2^3)^4 in Matlab® and Octave. + +