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MySql Absolute Value

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This example illustrates how to find the absolute value of the table.

MySql Absolute Value

This example illustrates how to find the absolute value of the table.

In this example we use abs keywords to find the absolute value in the sql query. In the given table the column emp_value define float type when we select the abs(emp_value) then the output display below. 

 

 

 

Query

 

 select * from emp_table;

 

Output

 

+--------+----------+-----------------+-----------+
| emp_id | emp_name | emp_designation | emp_value |
+--------+----------+-----------------+-----------+
| 1      | sandeep  | programmer      | -25.88    |
| 2      | suman    | sr. Gr Designer | 0.587     |
| 3      | ravi     | s/w developer   | 91.456    |
+--------+----------+-----------------+-----------+
 

Here the absolute value display of emp_value column.

Query

 

select emp_value, abs(emp_value) from emp_table;

 

Output

 

+-----------+------------------+
| emp_value | abs(emp_value)   |
+-----------+------------------+
| -25.88    | 25.879999160767  |
| 0.587     | 0.58700001239777 |
| 91.456    | 91.456001281738  |
+-----------+------------------+

 

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