## Reference.Pow History

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Calculates the value of a number raised to a power. Pow() can be used to raise a number to a fractional power. This is useful for generating exponential mapping of values or curves.
Pow() makes use of the avr-libc library.

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Calculates the value of a number raised to a power. Pow() can be used to raise a number to a fractional power. This is useful for generating exponential mapping of values or curves.

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See the fscale? function in the code library.

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See the fscale function in the code library.

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See the fscale? function in the code library.

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See the fscale? function in the code library.

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#### Example

See the fscale function in the code library.

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Calculates the value of a number raised to a power. Pow() can be used to raise a number to a fractional power. This is useful for generating exponential mapping of values / curves.

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Calculates the value of a number raised to a power. Pow() can be used to raise a number to a fractional power. This is useful for generating exponential mapping of values or curves.\\

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Calculates the value of a number raised to a power.

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Calculates the value of a number raised to a power. Pow() can be used to raise a number to a fractional power. This is useful for generating exponential mapping of values / curves. Pow() makes use of the avr-libc library.

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base: the number

exponent: the power to raise it to

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base: the number (float)

exponent: the power to which the base is raised (float)

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The result of the exponentiation.

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The result of the exponentiation (double)

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## pow(base, exponent)

#### Description

Calculates the value of a number raised to a power.

#### Parameters

base: the number

exponent: the power to raise it to

#### Returns

The result of the exponentiation.