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# Exp

## Using the Exp Function

In this tutorial you will learn how to use the Exp Function.

The Exp function returns a Double specifying e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to a power.

=Exp( number )

number any valid number expression

If the value of number exceeds 709.782712893, an error occurs. The constant e is approximately 2.718282.

The Exp function complements the action of the Log function and is sometimes referred to as the antilogarithm.

In this example we will use 1.

The result is 2.71828182845905.

Query

The results using a Query would be

```	SELECT Exp(1);
```

FORM

In a Form you could set the Default Value of a Textbox to

```	=Exp(1)
```
VBA

In a Form add a TEXTBOX control and rename it "txtExp", then you could add the following in the Load Event.

```	Private Sub Form_Load()
txtExp = Exp(1)
End Sub
```

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