[ Note: The headers <cstdlib> and <cmath> declare the functions described in this subclause. — end note ]

```
int abs(int j);
long int abs(long int j);
long long int abs(long long int j);
float abs(float j);
double abs(double j);
long double abs(long double j);
```

Effects: The abs functions have the semantics specified in the C standard library for the functions abs, labs, llabs, fabsf, fabs, and fabsl.

Remarks: If abs() is called with an argument of type X for which is_unsigned_v<X> is true and if X cannot be converted to int by integral promotion, the program is ill-formed. [ Note: Arguments that can be promoted to int are permitted for compatibility with C. — end note ]

See also: ISO C 7.12.7.2, 7.22.6.1