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$$\int u^{p}e^{u}\,du,$$

which succumbs to by-parts as many times as you need. I'd recommend tabular integration in that case. If $p$ can be real, you get something a bit more nasty, with the incomplete Gamma function in there. I don't know how you get that result. I'd have to study a bit.

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p is a real number.

$$\int u^{p}e^{u}\,du,$$

which succumbs to by-parts as many times as you need. I'd recommend tabular integration in that case. If $p$ can be real, you get something a bit more nasty, with the incomplete Gamma function in there. I don't know how you get that result. I'd have to study a bit.