Get Absolute Value

In this example you will learn how to use the Absolute value is the only value of a number regardless of a prefixed plus or minus sign.


 
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Get Absolute Value

     

Absolute value is the only value of a number regardless of a prefixed plus or minus sign. In the example given below we have used abs() method of class java.lang.Math that returns absolute value  of a given number as argument. We can use abs() method for double, float, int, long type values.


Here is the video tutorial of "How to calculate absolute value in Java?":

public class GetAbsoluteValue {
 public static void main(String args[]) throws Exception {
  double value = Math.abs(-10);
  double value1=Math.abs(50);
  System.out.println("The absolute value of -10 is: "+value);
  System.out.println("The absolute value for the condition is: "+value1);
  }
}

Output will be displayed as:

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ABHISHEK SHEKHAR
October 12, 2011
Memory Management

How to get to know that how much memory is allocated to a program by os for its execution? And how to demand for the extra memory
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