How about |X| ÷ X?
That formula will give 1 if X is positive, -1 if X is negative and won't work if X is 0.
Excuse my ignorance, but if i do X ÷ X I get 1 if X is positive, but if X is negative I still get 1, unless |X| means absolute value which I am not sure it will be recognized on a computer.
I appreciate your help
I have the following:
I need one single formula (that uses only addition, substraction, multiplication or division) where if X is a positive number the result will be 1 and if X is a negative number the result will be -1 or 0
Is this possible?
Thanx in advance!