Index |
Function |
Description |
Example |

1) |
ceil |
It is used to round up the number to next highest integer. |
ceil(0.7) it round the number to:1 |

2) |
floor |
It is used to round down the number to next lowest integer. |
floor(5.3) it round the number to:5 |

3) |
percentage |
It is used to transform the floating point number to percentage string. |
percentage(0.5): it is equivalent to 50%. |

4) |
round |
It is used to round a floating point number. |
round(4.77): it converts the number to the rounding value as:5 |

5) |
sqrt |
It is used to get the square root of a number. |
sqrt(36): it defines the square root of the number as: 6 |

6) |
abs |
It is used to get the absolute value of a number. |
abs(30ft): it displays the absolute value as: 30ft |

7) |
sin |
It is used to get radian on numbers. |
sin(2): it calculates the sine value as: 0.90929742682 |

8) |
asin |
it is used to return arcsine (inverse of sine) of a number which returns value between -pi/2 and pi/2. |
asin(1):it calculates the asin value as: 1.5707963267948966 |

9) |
cos |
It is used to get cosine of the specified value and determines radians on numbers without units. |
cos(2): it calculates the cos value as: -0.4161468365471424 |

10) |
acos |
It is used to return arccosine (inverse of cosine) of a number which returns value between 0 and pi. |
acos(1):it calculates the acos value as: 0 |

11) |
tan |
It is used to get tangent of the number. |
tan(60): it calculates the tan value as: 0.320040389379563 |

12) |
atan |
It is used to get arctangent (inverse of tangent) of a specified number. |
atan(1): it displays atan value as: 0.7853981633974483 |

13) |
pi |
It is used to get the pi value. |
pi(): it determines the pi value as: 3.141592653589793 |

14) |
pow |
It is used to get the value of first argument raised to the power of second argument. |
pow(3,3): it specifies the power value as: 27 |

15) |
mod |
It is used to get modulus of first argument with respect to the second argument. it also handles negative and floating point numbers. |
mod(7,3): it returns the modulus value as: 1 |

16) |
min |
It is used to get the smallest value of one or more arguments. |
min(70,40,55,10): it returns the minimum value as: 10 |

17) |
max |
It is used to get the highest value of one or more arguments. |
max(70,40,55,10): it returns the maximum value as: 70 |