In C#, Exp() is a Math class method which is used to return the e raised to the specified power. Here e is a mathematical constant whose value is approximately 2.71828. Exp() is the inverse of Log().
public static double Exp (double num);
num: It is the required number of type System.Double which specifies a power.
Return Type: It returns a number e raised to the power num of type System.Double.
- If num is equal to NaN then the return value will be NaN.
- If num is equal to PositiveInfinity then the return value will be Infinity.
- If num is equal to NegativeInfinity then the return value will be 0.
22026.4657948067 5780495.71030692 9.54496417945595E+229 1
NaN Infinity 0
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