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Precedence of exponential versus implied multiplication #641

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karenpb opened this Issue Apr 7, 2016 · 2 comments

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karenpb commented Apr 7, 2016

When I parse the expression 5^(2^3)(-2) to mathjs in the following way:

math.parse("5^(2^3)(-2)").toString({implicit: 'show'});

output: 5^((2^3)*(-2))

It is adding parenthesis around (2^3) and (-2). Does that mean in mathjs implied multiplication takes higher precedence than ^ operator?
I am actually expecting the output to be 5^(2^3)*(-2).

Is this a bug?

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FSMaxB commented Apr 7, 2016

According to the list of operator precedence it is a bug.

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@josdejong josdejong closed this in cb4a1a9 Apr 16, 2016

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josdejong commented Apr 16, 2016

This bug is fixed in v3.2.0

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