# marie simulator help!!

hey, i have a problem in marie and i need help!!. i need to raise an interger to a given power. so if n=5 and p=3, then 5^3=125. Thanks!

• : hey, i have a problem in marie and i need help!!. i need to raise an
: interger to a given power. so if n=5 and p=3, then 5^3=125. Thanks!
:

Use a loop to multiply n for p amount of times.
I looked up Marie, but I couldn't quickly find an instruction reference so the actual coding part if up to you.

Best Regards,
Richard

The way I see it... Well, it's all pretty blurry
• : : hey, i have a problem in marie and i need help!!. i need to raise an
: : interger to a given power. so if n=5 and p=3, then 5^3=125. Thanks!
: :
:
: Use a loop to multiply n for p amount of times.
: I looked up Marie, but I couldn't quickly find an instruction
: reference so the actual coding part if up to you.
:
: Best Regards,
: Richard
:
: The way I see it... Well, it's all pretty blurry

hmmm......anyone else??
• : : : hey, i have a problem in marie and i need help!!. i need to raise an
: : : interger to a given power. so if n=5 and p=3, then 5^3=125. Thanks!
: : :
: :
: : Use a loop to multiply n for p amount of times.
: : I looked up Marie, but I couldn't quickly find an instruction
: : reference so the actual coding part if up to you.
: :
: : Best Regards,
: : Richard
: :
: : The way I see it... Well, it's all pretty blurry
:
: hmmm......anyone else??
:

The chance that you're going to find anyone using Marie is slim at best. There's also little reason - it's (almost) just as easy doing real x86 Assembly language (ofcourse this would require a basic knowledge of C in which the difficulty lies).

Beyond that, it would be polite to not discard my help like I pulled it out of the dumpster but atleast reply whether it helps or not (which I assume it doesn't).

Then one final note: no one's going to code it for you. We'll help, ofcourse, but we won't do your homework(?) for you.

Best Regards,
Richard

The way I see it... Well, it's all pretty blurry