Major Section: ACL2-BUILT-INS
(Abs x) is
x is negative and is
The guard for
abs requires its argument to be a rational (real,
in ACL2(r)) number.
Abs is a Common Lisp function. See any Common Lisp documentation
for more information.
From ``Common Lisp the Language'' page 205, we must not allow
x as an argument to
abs in ACL2, because if we did we
would have to return a number that might be a floating point number
and hence not an ACL2 object.
To see the ACL2 definition of this function, see pf.