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Hi Dear,
here is the code in c, for positive integeral exponent, you can convert it in any other programming language.

#include "math.h"
float (float base, unsign int expo)
int x=abs(expo), i;
if (x<=1)
return(base*float(base, expo-1);

Hope this will help you out.
for any clarification please feel free to contact me

Zulfikar Ali

Posted on Mar 03, 2009


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