EXP() is a mathematical function in SQL that returns the value of e raised to the power of a given number. Where e is a mathematical constant equal to approximately 2.71828, which is the base used in the determination of natural logarithms.
number represents a numeric value that e is raised to.
The following table
exp contains example data:
EXP() function is used to return the value of e raised to the power of the
SELECT id, num, EXP(num) as exp_numFROM exp;
EXP()function can be used with many popular SQL databases such as SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server.