How to use 'exponential operator in python' in Python

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407@staticmethod
408def exponential(source):
409 """
410 Calculates the natural exponential function of `source`.
411
412 ::
413
414 >>> source = ugentools.DC.ar(source=0.5)
415 >>> operation = Op.exponential(source)
416 >>> print(operation)
417 SynthDef ... {
418 const_0:0.5 -> 0_DC[0:source]
419 0_DC[0] -> 1_UnaryOpUGen:EXPONENTIAL[0:source]
420 }
421
422 Returns ugen graph.
423 """
424 from supriya import synthdeftools
425 return synthdeftools.UGenMethodMixin._compute_unary_op(
426 source,
427 synthdeftools.UnaryOperator.EXPONENTIAL,
428 )
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