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VBA / Excel / Access / Word » Math Functions » Sgn 
Sgn() Returns the sign of a number.
 
Sub mathF7()
    Debug.Print Sgn(-9)
End Sub

 
Related examples in the same category
1.Sgn(number) returns -1 if number is negative, 0 if number is 0, 1 if number is positive.
2.Sgn(-7) returns -1
3.Sgn(0) returns 0
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