Python pow(x,y)

Python pow(x,y)
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pow(x, y[, z]) is a built-in function in Python 3 to calculate x to the power y and if z is present , returns x to the power y modulo z

Arguments

The arguments must have numeric types.
This function takes two arguments, x and y, as well as three, x,y and z.
If z is present, x and y must be of integer types, and y must be non-negative.

Return

If z is present it returns x to the power y modulo z.If only x and y are present it returns x to the power y (same as x**y).

Example

print(pow(2,4))    # prints 16
print(pow(10,-2))  # prints 0.01
print(pow(4,3,5))  # prints 4

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