# operator unary- abstract method

override

The negation of this value.

The negation of a number is a number of the same kind
(`int`

or `double`

) representing the negation of the
numbers numerical value (the result of subtracting the
number from zero), if that value *exists*.

Negating a double gives a number with the same magnitude
as the original value (`number.abs() == (-number).abs()`

),
and the opposite sign (`-(number.sign) == (-number).sign`

).

Negating an integer, `-number`

, is equivalent to subtracting
it from zero, `0 - number`

.

(Both properties generally also hold for the other type, but with a few edge case exceptions).

## Implementation

`double operator -();`