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Ruby Integer abs() function with example

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The abs() function in Ruby returns the absolute value of the integer.
Syntax: (number).abs Parameter: The function takes the integer whose absolute value is to be returned. Return Value: The function returns the absolute value of the integer.
Example #1:
# Ruby program Integer abs() function
  
# Initializing the numbers 
num1 = -21
num2 = 21 
num3 = 0 
num4 = -100 
   
      
# Printing the absolute value of integers 
puts (num1).abs
puts (num2).abs
puts (num3).abs
puts (num4).abs

                    
Output :
21
21
0
100
Example #2:
# Ruby program of Integer abs() function
  
# Initializing the numbers 
num1 =29
num2 = -7
num3 = 90
num4 = -10
   
      
# Printing the absolute value of integers 
puts (num1).abs
puts (num2).abs
puts (num3).abs
puts (num4).abs

                    
Output:
29
7
90
10

Last Updated : 09 Jan, 2020
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