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Unary minus is defined for `scalar`

s and `array`

s (both real
and complex). It precedes its operand and changes the sign of the
operand from positive to negative or vice versa. For example, if
`x`

equals `16`

, then `-x`

equals `-16`

, and
`--x`

equals `16`

.