Large integer datatypes in C++
Lately I've started working on programs that would require me to compute quite large values like those in the order of 10**10. I wrote my own exponentiation function after reading up the 'exponentiation by squaring' algorithm as the cmath function, pow() can return upto long double only which is totally unsuitable for my needs. But the problem is even after specifying the return type as long long unsigned, it seems the return value is too large to fit in it and instead I get a return value of 0.
I have seen some people using uint32_t and uint64_t datatypes, but I'm not sure what exactly they do. Can somebody guide me in this direction?