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Look at the below code:

def cube(number):

  return number^3

print cube(2)

I expect the output as 8, but instead, I'm getting 1 as output

Where did I go wrong? Anyone, please help me!

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Here, You've used ^ operator, which is a xor operator.

To find the exponentiation you've to use ** symbol

2**3 =8

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