# Absolute Value

## Problem Statement

Given an integer value, positive or negative, find its absolute value.

Absolute value is defined as the magnitude of the given value, ignoring the sign.

## Input

The first line of input contains an integer value `n`, where `n` can be negative or positive or zero.

## Output

Print the absolute value of given integer.

## As is

The boilerplate code is already there to read the input from user as an integer into a variable, in the `main()` function. Also it calls the `absolute_value()` function, and prints the returned value. Do not edit this code.

## To do ✍

`absolute_value()` has one parameter: `num` which is an integer value. Write code inside the function body to compute the absolute value of given integer value, and return the absolute value.

## Example 1

Test input

``-52``

Test output

``52``

Explanation

``52 is the magnitude of the value -52.``

## Example 2

Test input

``48``

Test output

``48``

Explanation

``48 is the magnitude of the value 48.``

## Python Program

``````# Complete the following function
# Return the absolute value
def absolute_value(n):

# Boilerplate code - Do not edit the following
def main():
n = int(input())
print(absolute_value(n))

if __name__ == "__main__":
main()``````

Test case 1

``0``
``0``

Test case 2

``-100``
``100``

Test case 3

``54``
``54``
``````# Complete the following function
# Return the absolute value
def absolute_value(n):
return abs(n)

# Boilerplate code - Do not edit the following
def main():
n = int(input())
print(absolute_value(n))

if __name__ == "__main__":
main()``````