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JavaScript Math abs() method

The JavaScript math abs() method returns an absolute value of a given number. The abs() is a static method of Math.

Syntax

The abs() method is represented by the following syntax:

Parameter

num - A number.

Return

An absolute value of a number.

JavaScript Math abs() method example

Here, we will understand abs() method through various examples.

Example 1

Let's see an example to print the absolute value of a number.

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Output:

4
7.8
4

Example 2

Let's see some cases where abs() method returns 0.

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Output:

0
0
0

Example 3

Let's see some cases where abs() method returns NaN.

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Output:

NaN
NaN
NaN

Example 4

Let's understand the abs() method with your own test cases.

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