CSSNumericValue.min()

Experimental: This is an experimental technology
Check the Browser compatibility table carefully before using this in production.

The min() method of the CSSNumericValue interface returns the lowest value from among those values passed. The passed values must be of the same type.

Syntax

min(number1, /* …, */ numberN)

Parameters

number1, …, numberN

Either a number or a CSSNumericValue.

Return value

Exceptions

TypeError

Thrown if an invalid type was passed to the method.

Examples

As stated earlier, all passed values must be of the same type and value. Some of the following examples illustrate what happens when they are not.

// Prints "1cm"
console.log(CSS.cm("1").min(CSS.cm("2")).toString());

// Prints "max(1cm, 0.393701in)"
console.log(CSS.cm("1").max(CSS.in("0.393701")).toString());

Specifications

Specification
CSS Typed OM Level 2
# dom-cssnumericvalue-min

Browser compatibility

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