## max

Determines the largest number in a list.

### Input parameters

An arbitrary amount of parameters. Type: each parameter must be of a numerical type; Integer, Float, Currency, Autonumber or Long

### Output

Returns the largest number in the list. If any of the supplied input parameters is of type Float, Currency or Long, the resulting value will become Float/Currency. Otherwise it will be of type Integer.

```
max(5,1,5,6.7)
```

returns:

```
6.7
```

of type “Float/Currency”.

## min

Determines the smallest number in a list.

### Input

An arbitrary amount of parameters. Type: each parameter must be of a numerical type; Integer, Float, Currency, Autonumber or Long

### Output

Returns the smallest number in the list. If any of the supplied input parameters is of type Float, Currency or Long, the resulting value will become Float/Currency. Otherwise it will be of type Integer.

```
min(5,1,5,6.7)
```

returns:

```
1
```

of type “Integer”.

## not

Negation for true/false statements.

### Input

A statement that evaluates to true of false.

### Output

Returns the opposite of what the statement would normally return. In the case of true, it would return false, in the case of false, it would return true.

```
not('hello' = 'hallo')
```

returns:

```
true
```

and

```
not(true)
```

returns:

```
false
```

## round

Rounds the number off to an Integer.

### Input

A number Type: Float, Currency or Long (optional): Precision Type: Integer

### Output

Rounds off to the nearest half after the decimal point. .5 is rounded up, .49 is rounded down. The second optional parameter determines the decimal point after which the number is rounded. Default setting is 1.

```
round(3.5)
```

returns:

```
4
```

and

```
round(3.546,2)
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returns:
```

3.55

## random

Generates a random number between 0.0 and 1.0

### Output

A random number between 0.0 and 1.0 Type: Float/Currency

```
random()
```

## floor

Rounds down to an integer (everything after the decimal point is ignored).

### Input

A number Type: Float, Currency or Long

### Output

Same number rounded down to the nearest Integer. Type: Integer

```
floor(3.9)
```

returns:

```
3
```

and

```
floor(-1.2)
```

returns:

```
-2
```

## ceil

Rounds up to an integer (everything after the decimal point is rounded up).

### Input

A number Type: Float, Currency or Long

### Output

Same number rounded up to the nearest Integer. Type: Integer

```
ceil(3.2)
```

returns:

```
4
```

and

```
ceil(-1.9)
```

returns:

```
-1
```

## pow

Calculates the exponent of a number to a certain power.

pow dows not support negative powers, i.e.

```
pow(2,-3)
```

will reult in an error. To work waround this, use

```
1 div pow(2,3)
```

NOTE: if you work with variables, make sure that te result of the pow() != 0. This will reult in a division by zero error.

```
if(pow(2,3)!=0 )1 div pow(2,3) else 0
```

### Input

- A number Type: any numerical type; Integer, Float, Currency, Autonumber or Long
- A power Type: any numerical type; Integer, Float, Currency, Autonumber or Long

### Output

The number to the power, ie n^p.

```
pow(2,3)
```

returns:

```
8
```

## abs

Calculates the absolute value of a number (ie not negative).

### Input

A number Type: any numerical type; Integer, Float, Currency, Autonumber or Long

### Output

The absolute value of the input, which is never negative. Corresponds to taking the square and then the square root.

```
abs(-5)
```

and

```
abs(5)
```

both return:

```
5
```

## currenciesEqual

### Input

- First number Type: any numerical type; Integer, Float, Currency, Autonumber or Long
- Second number Type: any numerical type; Integer, Float, Currency, Autonumber or Long
- Precision Type: Integer

### Output

Compares the two numbers to decimal point p, which is equal to Precision.

```
currenciesEqual(2.451, 2.452, 2)
```

returns:

```
true
```

and

```
currenciesEqual(2.451, 2.452, 3)
```

returns:

```
false
```

## floatsEqual

(see currenciesEqual)