Question 3 Replies 613 Views × Close popover Pankaj Roy (PankajR7) Process360 Process360 IN View Profile Send Message PankajR7 Member since 2016 15 posts Process360 Posted: September 6, 2016 Last activity: September 7, 2016 Posted: 6 Sep 2016 5:01 EDT Last activity: 7 Sep 2016 6:02 EDT Closed To the power How to do to the power operations? Example 10^x(10 to the any number). ***Updated by moderator: Lochan to add Category*** Low-Code App Development × Close popover Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post, learn more × Close popover This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years ago Posted: 6 Sep 2016 5:58 EDT × Close popover Patrick George (georp1) PEGA Director, Service Assurance Pegasystems Inc. SG View Profile Send Message georp1 PEGA replied to PankajR7 There isn't an out of the box function as far as I know. You'll have to create your own function that wraps java Math.pow function. Posted: 4 years ago Posted: 6 Sep 2016 6:12 EDT × Close popover Santanu Bhattacherjee (Santanu) PEGA Manager CRM - Field Service Pegasystems Inc. IN View Profile Send Message Santanu PEGA replied to PankajR7 Hi Have a look at this post : https://pdn.pega.com/community/pega-product-support/question/power-fucntion This can give you some clue on this. Posted: 4 years ago Posted: 7 Sep 2016 6:02 EDT × Close popover Dharanitharan Ravindran (DharanitharanR) Areteans Technologies LSA, DC, CS, BA & UI Specialist Areteans Technologies AU View Profile Send Message DharanitharanR Areteans Technologies replied to PankajR7 Use @Math.Exp(input) in expression builder. This will work!