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Perl | exp Function

  • Last Updated : 07 May, 2019

The exp function in Perl calculates “e” raised to the power of the real number taken as the parameter.
Here “e” is Euler’s Number or the base of the Natural system of logarithms or commonly known as an irrational number which approximates to 2.718281828, and is one of the most important mathematical constants. This “e” is broadly used in many occasions such as Compound Interests, Bernoulli trials, Normal Distribution, Calculus and many more.

Syntax: exp value

Parameters:
value: It is the real value which defines the power “e” has to be raised to.

Returns: the value of e raised to the power of the given real value.

Example 1:






#!/usr/bin/perl
  
# Initialising some values for the
# parameter of the exp function
$A = 0;
$B = 1;
$C = 10;
$D = 20;
  
# Calling the exp function
$E = exp $A;
$F = exp $B;
$G = exp $C;
$H = exp $D;
  
# Getting the value of "e" raised to the
# power of the given parameter.
print "$E\n";
print "$F\n";
print "$G\n";
print "$H\n";


Output:

1
2.71828182845905
22026.4657948067
485165195.40979

Example 2:




#!/usr/bin/perl
  
# Calling the exp function
# Without Intitializing values to variables
$A = exp 1;
$B = exp 2;
$C = exp 3;
$D = exp 4;
  
# Getting the value of "e" raised to the
# power of values taken as the parameter.
print "$A\n";
print "$B\n";
print "$C\n";
print "$D\n";

Output :

2.71828182845905
7.38905609893065
20.0855369231877
54.5981500331442



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