How would you calculate compound interest without being able to use any double values. There is also a need for an exponential value. How do I accomplish it. Help...anybody... shirl

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treat all monetary amounts as integral numbers of pennies then, break the result into its dollar and cents amount, via division and the modulus operator.

OK. That sounds not too bad.

The integer devision to calculate amountInDollars will always truncate. The modulus operator ('%') will give the remainder.

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Okay, I am going to try this % once again. I can't seem to get to work. It had to be in all ints - I can't use Math.pow without a double value. Thanks though

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