> Declare a variable (say ans) as int or long
> Initialize ans as 1 (ans = 1)
> Start a for loop with variable (say i) for 1 to the given number (say power, in your example 3)
> multiply base (ur example 2) with ans in the for loop
> After finishing the loop u get the result in "ans"

Kernighan and Richie's "The C programming language" has a a useful function for calculating powers. Although I suspect it's very similar to the one on math.h :P

In any case, just multiply a number by itself (power) times

> Declare a variable (say ans) as int or long
> Initialize ans as 1 (ans = 1)
> Start a for loop with variable (say i) for 1 to the given number (say power, in your example 3)
> multiply base (ur example 2) with ans in the for loop
> After finishing the loop u get the result in "ans"

thanx,that really helped me. It compiled successfully.

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