Python: Implement pow(x, n)

Python Class: Exercise-7 with Solution

Write a Python class to implement pow(x, n).

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

class py_solution:
   def pow(self, x, n):
        if x==0 or x==1 or n==1:
            return x 

        if x==-1:
            if n%2 ==0:
                return 1
                return -1
        if n==0:
            return 1
        if n<0:
            return 1/self.pow(x,-n)
        val = self.pow(x,n//2)
        if n%2 ==0:
            return val*val
        return val*val*x

print(py_solution().pow(2, -3));
print(py_solution().pow(3, 5));
print(py_solution().pow(100, 0));

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