Numeric Functions
Numeric functions in Oxla are designed to perform mathematical calculations and manipulate integer or floating-point numbers. Oxla supports the following numeric functions:
Functions | Description |
CEIL() | This function rounds up to the nearest positive or negative integer value greater than or equal to the argument. |
ABS() | This function returns the absolute value of an argument, regardless of whether it is positive or negative. |
SQRT() | This function returns the square root of its argument. |
RANDOM() | This function returns a random number between 0 (inclusive) and 1 (exclusive). |
FLOOR() | This function returns a number rounded down that is less than or equal to the specified argument. |
LN() | This function returns the exponential value of its argument. |
SIN() | This function returns the trigonometric sine value of a specified angle in radians. |