## In this Program, you’ll learn how to Calculate Power Using Recursion in C++ Programming along with that you’ll learn how the functions used in this program.

Now let’s understand how to find the recursion manually, below is the formula to do this manually and we have to implement this in the program.

Let’s say, x = 2 and y = 10 x^y =1024 Here, x^y is 2^10

now we’ll do the same with this program

#### Program to Calculate Power Using Recursion

#include using namespace std; //function declaration double Power(double base, int exponent); int main() { double base, power; int exponent; // Inputting base and exponent from user cout<<"Enter base: "; cin>>base; cout<<"Enter exponent: "; cin>>exponent; // Call Power function power = Power(base, exponent); //printf("%.2lf ^ %d = %f", base, exponent, power); cout<<base<< "^"<<exponent<<" = "<<power; return 0; } /* Calculating power of any number. Returns base ^ exponent */ double Power(double base, int exponent) { // Base condition if(exponent == 0) return 1; else if(exponent > 0) return base * pow(base, exponent - 1); else return 1 / pow(base, - exponent); }

#### Output

Enter base: 5 Enter exponent: 3 5^3 = 125

In the above program, the function pow() is a recursive function. If the power is zero, then the function returns 1 because any number raised to power 0 is 1. If the power is not 0, then the function recursively calls itself. This is demonstrated using the following code snippet.

In the main() function, the pow() function is called initially and the power of a number is displayed.

#### Related Programs

- C++ Programs To Create a Pyramid and Pattern
- C++ Program to Check Whether a Number is Prime or Not
- C++ Program to display Amstrong Number between Two intervals.
- C++ Program to create a Pyramid and Pattern.
- C++ Program to make a simple calculator using switch…case.
- C++ Program to Calculate Power of a Number
- C++ Program to Check Whether a Number is Palindrome or Not

Ask your questions and clarify your/others doubts on how to Calculate Power Using Recursion by commenting. **Documentation**

Please write to us at contact@coderforevers.com to contribute or to report an issue with the above content or for feedback.