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A complete c++ program for absolute value operations

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Create a function template that computes and displays the absolute value of a passed argument. (By "absolute value" we mean that the template returns the number with no sign, whether the passed argument number is positive or negative.)

Create a program that uses this function template, passing in two arguments of type int, float, and double variable.

Have the template produce as output "The absolute value of number is (put in absolute value of number here)."

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