Microsoft® Visual Basic® Scripting Edition
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Returns the absolute value of a number.
The number argument can be any valid numeric expression. If number contains Null, Null is returned; if it is an uninitialized variable, zero is returned.
The absolute value of a number is its unsigned magnitude. For example, Abs(-1) and Abs(1) both return 1.
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