H (Hybrid) Language - Version 0.02, by Dr. Herong Yang
"real" "absolute" Operation
This section describes 'real' 'absolute' operation
The "real" "absolute" operation is provided through the real.absolute() function, which has the following syntax:
real.absolute(a) Parameters: a - A "real" data object Return: Returns a new "real" data object representing "a" with its sign removed.
The "real" "absolute" operation can be expressed in the "| x |" operator format:
| a |; # alias of the following function call real.absolute(a);
May be other aliases should be supported too:
real.abs(a); # alias of the following function call real.absolute(a);
Last update: 2017.
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