# Finding x in $a^{x} \bmod b = c$ when values a,b, and c are known?

If values $a$, $b$, and $c$ are known, is there an efficient way to find $x$ in the equation: $a^{x} \bmod b = c$?

E.g. finding $x$ in $128^{x}\bmod 209 = 39$.

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