Returns the absolute value of a float. The absolute value of a number is its "distance" from 0. To put it another way, if

Examples of arguments:

num | return value |

-4.0 | 4.0 |

-3.75 | 3.75 |

2.34 | 2.34 |

1.203 | 1.203 |

Basically, it kills off the negative sign of a float. To have this functionality for integers, it is recommended using

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