`ABS`; absolute value.`I,R,D,C`argument, and same type return value. For example,

Specific names are`IABS, ABS, DABS, CABS`.`AINT(x)`: truncates to a whole`R (D)`number.`ANINT(x)`: nearest whole`R (D)`number. They are similar to`INT`and`NINT`, except that the returned result is`R`or`D`, depending on the argument type.

Specific names for`D`:`DINT, DNINT`.`MAX(x,y,z,...)`,`MIN(x,y,z,...)`: maximum or minimum from a list of arguments. Any number of arguments is allowed, but all of them need to be of the same type (`I, R`or`D`). Some specific names are`MAX0`(`I`arguments,`I`result),`AMAX1`(`R`arguments,`R`result),`DMAX1`(`D`arguments,`D`result).`MOD(i,j)`is the remainder of the division`i/j`.`MODULO(i,j)`is . For example,

Specific names are`AMOD, DMOD`.`SIGN(x,y)`returns (transfers the signum of second argument to the first). Specific names:`ISIGN, DSIGN`.`FRACTION(x)`,`EXPONENT(x)`: the mantissa and the exponent in the*binary*representation of a`R`or`D`argument`x`. For example,

`CONJG(z)`, complex conjugate of a complex number.