# floatpower

##### Description:

Function floatpower raises the given value to the power of the exponent.

This function name starts with a lowercase letter. |

##### Parameters:

(Float:value, Float:exponent)

float | value | The value to raise to a power, as a floating-point number. |

float | exponent | The exponent is also a floating-point number. It may be zero or negative. |

##### Return Values:

The result of 'value' to the power of 'exponent'.

##### Examples:

printf("2 to the power of 8 is %f", floatpower(2.0, 8.0)); // Result: 256.0

##### Related Functions

*The following functions may be useful, as they are related to this function in one way or another.*

- float: Converts an integer into a float.
- floatstr: Converts a string to a float.
- floatmul: Multiplies two floats with each other.
- floatdiv: Divide one float by another one.
- floatadd: Adds two floats together.
- floatsub: Subtracts one float from another.
- floatfract: Get the fractional part of a float.
- floatround: Round a floating point number to an integer value.
- floatcmp: Compare float values to each other, to validate the comparison.
- floatsqroot: Calculates the square root of given value.
- floatlog: Allows you to get the logarithm of a float value.
- floatsin: Get the sine from a given angle.
- floatcos: Get the cosine from a given angle.
- floattan: Get the tangent from a given angle.
- floatabs: Returns the absolute value of float.