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Tip of the Day
Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 4, 2000

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The pow() Function

The Standard Library provides the pow() functions (declared in <math.h>) which takes two arguments of type double, x and y: double powl(double x, double y); pow() returns the value calculated of x to the power of y. For example:

 
double x = 100, y = 4;
double result = pow(x, y); // result equals 100,000,000
Danny Kalev
 
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