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Why is "integer" power mentioned in english string?
As I understand and by looking at support article on Microsoft Excel help pages, you can use any power number, for example integer(eg. 3), decimal (eg. 0,5 or 1/2 fraction) or negative (eg. -3).

Does integer here stands for "whole number" without decimals or something else?

Also, result of this formuladoesn't follow default decimal separator for language in use.
For example, if you apply this formula:

Result is:

When for croatian locale it should be:

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