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integer llAbs(integer val)

Returns the absolute value of val. The absolute value of a number is its positive value. To put it another way, the absolute value is the distance of the number from 0 on the number line.

Examples of arguments:
valreturn value

Basically, it kills off the negative sign of an integer.

Note: llAbs works for integers. To determine the absolute value of a float, use llFabs.

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