## SIGN

A sign is the property of a number representing its direction from zero. Negative numbers are prefixed with the sign "-", as in "-1". Positive numbers can be prefixed with the "+" sign, but are usually left alone. Naturally, zero has no sign.

To change a number's sign in

LSL, the

unary operator "-" can be used.

Example:

integer number=1;
number = -number; //Number will be -1

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