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    How do I do something to another power?

    I am making an RPG where the equation that determines how much experience you need for the next level is determined by 9 + (Current Level)^3. Basically, I have a global value set to this formula whenever you get enough experience. One problem though: MMF does not seem to recognize the "^" symbol. This is a major road block because exponential equations are the pretty much the only ones that give a realistic curve to the amount of exp you need. So how do I make it so that I can have a variable to another power, such as squaring and cubing?

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    Re: How do I do something to another power?

    Use " pow " instead.

    So n+x^3-8 would be:

    n+x pow 3-8

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    Re: How do I do something to another power?

    Ok, thanks.

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