## How to find the absolute value of a number in Dart:

Dart *Number* class provides a method called *abs* that can be used to find the absolute value of a number. We can use this method to find the *absolute value* of a number. In this post, we will learn how to use *Number.abs* with an example.

### Number.abs in Dart:

*Number.abs* method is defined in *Number* class in Dart. It is defined as below:

`abs() -> num`

It returns the absolute value of the number.

### Example of abs():

Let’s take a look at the below dart program:

```
void main() {
var number_one = 10.6;
var number_two = -10.6;
var number_three = 11;
var number_four = -11;
print(number_one.abs());
print(number_two.abs());
print(number_three.abs());
print(number_four.abs());
}
```

If you run it, it will give the below output:

```
10.6
10.6
11
11
```