Python math function | copysign()

math.copysign() is a function exists in Standard math Library of Python. This function returns a float value consisting of magnitude from parameter x and the sign (+ve or -ve) from parameter y.

Syntax : math.copysign(x, y)

Parameters :
x : Integer value to be converted
y : Integer whose sign is required



Returns : float value consisting of magnitude from parameter x and the sign from parameter y.

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# Python code to demonstrate copy.sign() function
import math
  
def func():
    a = 5
    b = -7
  
      
    # implementation of copysign
    c = math.copysign(a, b)
      
    return c
      
print (func())

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Output :

-5.0

 
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# Python code to demonstrate copy.sign() function
import math
  
def func():
    a = 10
    b = 10
  
      
    # implementation of copysign
    c = math.copysign(a, b)
      
    return c
      
print (func())

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Output :

10


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