# Math.sign()

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`Math.sign()` fonksiyonu, parametre olarak aldığı sayının negatif (-1) veya pozitif (1) olduğu bilgisini döndürür. Parametre olarak 0 gönderilirse, +/- 0 döndürür. Sayı pozitifse ayrıca + işareti döndürülmez.

## Syntax

`Math.sign(x)`

### Parameters

`x`
A number. If this argument is not a `number`, it is implicitly converted to one.

### Return value

A number representing the sign of the given argument:

• If the argument is positive, returns `1`.
• If the argument is negative, returns `-1`.
• If the argument is positive zero, returns `0`.
• If the argument is negative zero, returns `-0`.
• Otherwise, `NaN` is returned.

## Description

Because `sign()` is a static method of `Math`, you always use it as `Math.sign()`, rather than as a method of a `Math` object you created (`Math` is not a constructor).

## Polyfill

```if (!Math.sign) {
Math.sign = function(x) {
// If x is NaN, the result is NaN.
// If x is -0, the result is -0.
// If x is +0, the result is +0.
// If x is negative and not -0, the result is -1.
// If x is positive and not +0, the result is +1.
return ((x > 0) - (x < 0)) || +x;
// A more aesthetic pseudo-representation:
//
// ( (x > 0) ? 1 : 0 )  // if x is positive, then positive one
//          +           // else (because you can't be both - and +)
// ( (x < 0) ? -1 : 0 ) // if x is negative, then negative one
//         ||           // if x is 0, -0, or NaN, or not a number,
//         +x           // then the result will be x, (or) if x is
//                      // not a number, then x converts to number
};
}
```

In the above polyfill, no extra type-coercing is needed to make `(x > 0)` or `(x < 0)` numbers because subtracting them from each other forces a type conversion from booleans to numbers.

## Examples

### Using `Math.sign()`

```Math.sign(3);     //  1
Math.sign(-3);    // -1
Math.sign('-3');  // -1
Math.sign(0);     //  0
Math.sign(-0);    // -0
Math.sign(NaN);   // NaN
Math.sign('foo'); // NaN
Math.sign();      // NaN
```

## Browser compatibility

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