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− | *This function checks if the given number is positive or not. | + | *This function checks if the given number is positive or not. |

+ | *Positive number is the real number which is greater than zero. | ||

+ | *These numbers are denoted with the symbol "+". | ||

+ | *The numbers which do not have any symbols either "+" or "-" also positive numbers. | ||

+ | *If the given value is the positive number then will return the result as TRUE otherwise FALSE. | ||

*Suppose the <math>Value</math> is non-negative ,then this function returns 'true'. | *Suppose the <math>Value</math> is non-negative ,then this function returns 'true'. | ||

− | *If <math>Value</math> is a negative number ,then this function returns 'false'. | + | *If <math>Value</math> is a negative number ,then this function returns 'false'. |

## Revision as of 14:29, 17 April 2017

**POSITIVE(Value)**

- is any real number.

## Description

- This function checks if the given number is positive or not.
- Positive number is the real number which is greater than zero.
- These numbers are denoted with the symbol "+".
- The numbers which do not have any symbols either "+" or "-" also positive numbers.
- If the given value is the positive number then will return the result as TRUE otherwise FALSE.
- Suppose the is non-negative ,then this function returns 'true'.
- If is a negative number ,then this function returns 'false'.

## Examples

- =POSITIVE(66) = true
- =POSITIVE(-2/3) = false
- =POSITIVE(0) = false
- =POSITIVE(6.668) = true

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