Java

Math

import java.lang.Math;
public class Program {
public static void main(String[] args) {
*// This version uses an int.*
int value = **Math.abs**(*-1*);
System.out.println(value);
*// This version uses a double.*
double value2 = **Math.abs**(*-1.23*);
System.out.println(value2);
int value3 = **Math.abs**(*1*);
System.out.println(value3);
}
}1
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public class Program {
static int addAbsoluteValue(int base, int number) {
*// Add number if it is positive.*
*// ... Subtract if it is negative.*
if (number > 0) {
return base + number;
} else {
return base - number;
}
}
public static void main(String[] args) {
*// Use our custom method and rewrite it with Math.abs.*
int result1 = addAbsoluteValue(5, -1);
int result2 = addAbsoluteValue(5, 10);
int result3 = 5 + **Math.abs**(-1);
int result4 = 5 + **Math.abs**(10);
System.out.println(result1);
System.out.println(result2);
System.out.println(result3);
System.out.println(result4);
}
}6
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