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Tip: Use the Math.Absoute Function to Return the Absolute Value

Learn how to get the absolute value of a number.


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There are cases in our math calculations where we would need absolute values of negative numbers. System.Math class's Abs method helps in such cases. It returns the absolute value of the number.

Int i = -10;
Console.WriteLine(System.Math.Abs(i).ToString());
//will output 10

 



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