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Function Power, local variables - Practice Exercises Java

Lesson 5:


Exercise 5.11:

Function Power, local variables


Create a function named "Power" to calculate the result of raising an integer number to another (positive integer) number. It must return another integer number. For example. Power(2,3) should return 8.

Note: You MUST use a repetitive structure, such as "for " or "while", you cannot use Math.Pow.

Source Code:

import java.util.*;
public class Main
	public static void main(String[] args)
		int number;
		int exponent;

		System.out.print("Base: ");
		number = Integer.parseInt(new Scanner(;
		System.out.print("Exponent: ");
		exponent = Integer.parseInt(new Scanner(;

		System.out.printf("%1$s^%2$s=%3$s" + "\r\n", number, exponent, Power(number, exponent));

	public static int Power(int number, int exponent)
		int result = 1;
Exercisey 5.11

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