Python pow() Function
Python pow() function is used to compute the powers of a number. It returns x to the power of y modulus z if a third argument(z) is present, i.e. (x, y) % z.
- pow(x, y, z)
x: It is a number, a base
y: It is a number, an exponent.
z (optional): It is a number and the modulus.
It returns x to the power of y modulus z, if a third argument(z) is given, i.e. (x, y) % z.
Python pow() Function Example 1:
The below example shows the working of pow().
- # positive x, positive y (x**y)
# negative x, positive y
# positive x, negative y (x**-y)
# negative x, negative y
Explanation: In the above example, we have taken different values of the argument (x,y) and returns x to the power of y.
Python pow() Function Example 2:
The below example shows pow() with three arguments (x, y, z)
- x = 4
y = 7
z = 3
print(pow(x, y, z))
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