The function \(f(n)\) is defined for positive integers \(n\) according to the rules \[f(1)=1,\qquad f(2n)=f(n),\qquad f(2n+1)=(f(n))^2-2.\] The value of \(f(1)+f(2)+f(3)+\cdots+f(100)\) is

\(-86\),

\(-31\),

\(23\),

\(58\).

The function \(f(n)\) is defined for positive integers \(n\) according to the rules \[f(1)=1,\qquad f(2n)=f(n),\qquad f(2n+1)=(f(n))^2-2.\] The value of \(f(1)+f(2)+f(3)+\cdots+f(100)\) is

\(-86\),

\(-31\),

\(23\),

\(58\).