0^1 gives NaN message

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When zero is a base of an exponentation expression SpeedCrunch returns NaN message instead of zero. If the expression is a plain base and exponent there is no problem but in more complicated cases it may lead to not calculating something quite calculable. Observation made with Win 7 Pro/64.


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  1. Helder Correia repo owner

    Not sure whether this is a duplicate, but the issue is gone in the latest development code.

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