Programming Language: Golang

Namespace/Package Name: math/big

Class/Type: Int

Method/Function: Neg

Examples at hotexamples.com: 29

The go math/big Int Neg function (or method) is used to return the negative version of a given big integer value. This function is useful in performing mathematical operations where we need to flip the sign of a value.

Here is an example of how Neg can be used to take the negative value of a big integer:

Here is an example of how Neg can be used to take the negative value of a big integer:

import ( "fmt" "math/big" ) func main() { // create a big integer value val := big.NewInt(10) // use Neg method to get the negative value of val negVal := new(big.Int).Neg(val) fmt.Println("Original Value:", val) fmt.Println("Negative Value:", negVal) }In this example, we create a big integer value of 10 using the `big.NewInt` function. Then, we use the `Neg` method to get the negative value of the big integer and store it in a variable called `negVal`. Finally, we print out both the original and negative values using `fmt.Println`. The `big` package library is used in this example, as that is where the `NewInt` and `Neg` functions are defined.

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