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^= Operator

Raises the value of a variable to the power of an expression and assigns the result back to the variable.

variable ^= expression

Parts

variable
Required. Any numeric variable.
expression
Required. Any numeric expression.

Example

The following example uses the ^= operator to raise the value of one Integer variable to the power of a second variable and assign the result to the first variable.

Dim var1 As Integer = 10
Dim var2 As Integer = 3
var1 ^= var2   ' The value of var1 is now 1000.

See Also

&= Operator | *= Operator | += Operator | -= Operator | /= Operator | = Operator | \= Operator | ^ Operator | Assignment Operators | Arithmetic Operators | Operator Precedence in Visual Basic | Operators Listed by Functionality | Assignment Statements

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