Abs

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Abs(number)

Description

Abs returns the absolute value, or unsigned magnitude, of a numeric expression. The required parameter, number, is any valid numeric expression. If number is NULL, Abs returns NULL.

Example (BASIC)

Rem Abs Example
'Abs returns the absolute value of a number.
Print "Abs(-2) = " & Abs(-2)
Print "Abs(2) = " & Abs(2)

Example (JavaScript)

//Abs Example
//Abs returns the absolute value of a number.
NSB.Print("Abs(-2) = " + Math.abs(-2));
NSB.Print("Abs(2) = " + Math.abs(2));

Output

Abs(-2) = 2
Abs(2) = 2

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