# BigInteger.Abs(BigInteger) Método

## Definición

Obtiene el valor absoluto de un objeto BigInteger.Gets the absolute value of a BigInteger object.

``````public:
static System::Numerics::BigInteger Abs(System::Numerics::BigInteger value);``````
``public static System.Numerics.BigInteger Abs (System.Numerics.BigInteger value);``
``static member Abs : System.Numerics.BigInteger -> System.Numerics.BigInteger``
``Public Shared Function Abs (value As BigInteger) As BigInteger``

#### Parámetros

value
BigInteger

Un número.A number.

#### Devoluciones

Valor absoluto de `value`.The absolute value of `value`.

## Ejemplos

En el ejemplo siguiente se usa el método Abs para convertir un valor BigInteger de la representación del complemento de dos en la representación de signo y magnitud antes de serializarlo en un archivo.The following example uses the Abs method to convert a BigInteger value from two's complement representation to sign-and-magnitude representation before serializing it to a file. A continuación, los datos del archivo se deserializan y se asignan a un nuevo objeto de BigInteger.Data in the file is then deserialized and assigned to a new BigInteger object.

``````using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Numerics;
using System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary;

[Serializable] public struct SignAndMagnitude
{
public int Sign;
public byte[] Bytes;
}

public class Example
{
public static void Main()
{
FileStream fs;
BinaryFormatter formatter = new BinaryFormatter();

BigInteger number = BigInteger.Pow(Int32.MaxValue, 20) * BigInteger.MinusOne;
Console.WriteLine("The original value is {0}.", number);
SignAndMagnitude sm = new SignAndMagnitude();
sm.Sign = number.Sign;
sm.Bytes = BigInteger.Abs(number).ToByteArray();

// Serialize SignAndMagnitude value.
fs = new FileStream(@".\data.bin", FileMode.Create);
formatter.Serialize(fs, sm);
fs.Close();

// Deserialize SignAndMagnitude value.
fs = new FileStream(@".\data.bin", FileMode.Open);
SignAndMagnitude smRestored = (SignAndMagnitude) formatter.Deserialize(fs);
fs.Close();
BigInteger restoredNumber = new BigInteger(smRestored.Bytes);
restoredNumber *= sm.Sign;
Console.WriteLine("The deserialized value is {0}.", restoredNumber);
}
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    The original value is -4.3510823966323432743748744058E+186.
//    The deserialized value is -4.3510823966323432743748744058E+186.
``````
``````Imports System.IO
Imports System.Numerics
Imports System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary

<Serializable> Public Structure SignAndMagnitude
Dim Sign As Integer
Dim Bytes() As Byte
End Structure

Module Example
Public Sub Main()
Dim fs As FileStream
Dim formatter As New BinaryFormatter()

Dim number As BigInteger = BigInteger.Pow(Int32.MaxValue, 20) * BigInteger.MinusOne
Console.WriteLine("The original value is {0}.", number)
Dim sm As New SignAndMagnitude()
sm.Sign = number.Sign
sm.Bytes = BigInteger.Abs(number).ToByteArray()

' Serialize SignAndMagnitude value.
fs = New FileStream(".\data.bin", FileMode.Create)
formatter.Serialize(fs, sm)
fs.Close()

' Deserialize SignAndMagnitude value.
fs = New FileStream(".\data.bin", FileMode.Open)
Dim smRestored As SignAndMagnitude = DirectCast(formatter.Deserialize(fs), SignAndMagnitude)
fs.Close()
Dim restoredNumber As New BigInteger(smRestored.Bytes)
restoredNumber *= sm.Sign
Console.WriteLine("The deserialized value is {0}.", restoredNumber)
End Sub
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'    The original value is -4.3510823966323432743748744058E+186.
'    The deserialized value is -4.3510823966323432743748744058E+186.
``````

## Comentarios

El valor absoluto de un número es ese número sin su signo, como se muestra en la tabla siguiente.The absolute value of a number is that number without its sign, as shown in the following table.

Parámetro `value``value` parameter Valor devueltoReturn value
`value` > = 0`value` >= 0 `value`
`value` < 0`value` < 0 `value` * -1`value` * -1

El método Abs es equivalente al método Math.Abs para los tipos numéricos primitivos.The Abs method is equivalent to the Math.Abs method for the primitive numeric types.