7 examples of 'golang absolute value' in Go

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356func Abs8(val int8) int8 {
357 if val < 0 {
358 return val * -1
359 }
360
361 return val
362}
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27func Absi64(a int64) int64 {
28 if a > 0 {
29 return a
30 } else {
31 return -a
32 }
33}
202func (gd *GaugeDiff) UpdateAbsolute(absolute int64) int64 {
203 gd.Mutex.Lock()
204 defer gd.Mutex.Unlock()
205 previous := gd.Previous.Snapshot().Value()
206 gd.Absolute.Update(absolute)
207 gd.Previous.Update(absolute)
208 if previous == 0 { // no previous value, cannot calc absolute delta
209 return 0
210 }
211 if absolute < previous { // counters got reset, gonna update with absolute value
212 previous = 0
213 }
214 delta := absolute - previous
215 gd.Delta.Update(delta)
216 return delta
217}
33func Abs(f *Frame, o *Object) (*Object, *BaseException) {
34 abs := o.typ.slots.Abs
35 if abs == nil {
36 return nil, f.RaiseType(TypeErrorType, fmt.Sprintf("bad operand type for abs(): '%s'", o.typ.Name()))
37 }
38 return abs.Fn(f, o)
39}
114func (a offsetAnchor) value(sys *Layouter) float64 {
115 return a.underlying.value(sys) + a.offset
116}
27func AbsInt(x int) int {
28 if x >= 0 {
29 return x
30 }
31 if x == minInt {
32 // this case must not happen
33 panic("absolute overflows int")
34 }
35 return -x
36}
33func Abs(value *big.Int) *big.Int {
34 ret := Clone(value)
35 return ret.Neg(value)
36}

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