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The Decimal structure is a bit more complicated than its integer and floating-point relatives It contains many constructors, fields, methods, and operators that help integrate decimal with the other numeric types supported by C# For example, several of the methods provide conversions between decimal and the other numeric types Decimal offers eight public constructors The following six are the most commonly used: public Decimal(int value) public Decimal(uint value) public Decimal(long value) public Decimal(ulong value)
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Field public const double Epsilon public const double MaxValue public const double MinValue public const double NaN public const double NegativeInfinity public const double PositiveInfinity
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Meaning The smallest non-zero positive value The largest value that a double can hold The smallest value that a double can hold A value that is not a number A value representing negative infinity A value representing positive infinity
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public Decimal( oat value) public Decimal(double value) Each constructs a Decimal from the specified value You can also construct a Decimal by specifying its constituent parts using this constructor: public Decimal(int lo, int mid, int hi, bool isNegative, byte scale) A decimal value consists of three parts The first is a 96-bit integer, the second is a sign flag, and the third is a scaling factor The 96-bit integer is passed in 32-bit chunks through lo, mid, and hi The sign is passed through isNegative, which is false for a positive number and true for a negative number The scaling factor is passed in scale, which must be a value between 0 and 28 This factor specifies the power of 10 (that is, 10scale) by which the number is divided, thus yielding its fractional component Instead of passing each component separately, you can specify the constituents of a Decimal in an array of integers, using this constructor: public Decimal(int[ ] bits) The first three ints in bits contain the 96-bit integer value In bits[3], bit 31 specifies the sign flag (0 for positive, 1 for negative), and bits 16 through 23 contain the scale factor Decimal implements the following interfaces: IComparable, IComparable<decimal>, IConvertible, IFormattable, IEquatable<decimal>, and IDeserializationCallback Here is an example that constructs a decimal value by hand:
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// Manually create a decimal number using System; class CreateDec { static void Main() { decimal d = new decimal(12345, 0, 0, false, 2); ConsoleWriteLine(d); } }
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In this example, the value of the 96-bit integer is 12345 Its sign is positive, and it has two decimal fractions The methods defined by Decimal are shown in Table 21-7 The fields defined by Decimal are shown in Table 21-8 Decimal also defines a large number of operators and conversions that allow decimal values to be used in expressions with other numeric types The rules governing the use of decimal in expressions and assignments are described in 3
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Method public static decimal Add(decimal d1, decimal d2) public static decimal Ceiling(decimal d)
Meaning Returns d1 + d2 Returns the smallest integer (represented as a decimal value) not less than d For example, given 102, Ceiling( ) returns 20 Given 102, Ceiling( ) returns 1 Compares the numerical value of d1 with that of d2 Returns zero if the values are equal Returns a negative value if d1 is less than d2 Returns a positive value if d1 is greater than d2 Compares the numerical value of the invoking object with that of value Returns zero if the values are equal Returns a negative value if the invoking object has a lower value Returns a positive value if the invoking object has a greater value Compares the numerical value of the invoking object with that of value Returns zero if the values are equal Returns a negative value if the invoking object has a lower value Returns a positive value if the invoking object has a greater value Returns d1 / d2 Returns true if the value of the invoking object equals the value of value Returns true if the value of the invoking object equals the value of value Returns true if d1 equals d2 Returns the largest integer (represented as a decimal value) not greater than d For example, given 102, Floor( ) returns 10 Given 102, Floor( ) returns 2 Converts the OLE Automation currency value in cy into its decimal equivalent and returns the result Returns the binary representation of d as an array of int The organization of this array is as described in the text Returns the hash code for the invoking object Returns the TypeCode enumeration value for Decimal, which is TypeCodeDecimal Returns d1 * d2 Returns d Returns the binary equivalent of the numeric string in s If the string does not represent a decimal value, an exception is thrown
public static int Compare(decimal d1, decimal d2) public int CompareTo(object value)
public int CompareTo(decimal value)
public static decimal Divide(decimal d1, decimal d2) public bool Equals(decimal value) public override bool Equals(object value) public static bool Equals(decimal d1, decimal d2) public static decimal Floor(decimal d)
public static decimal FromOACurrency(long cy) public static int[ ] GetBits(decimal d) public override int GetHashCode( ) public TypeCode GetTypeCode( ) public static decimal Multiply(decimal d1, decimal d2) public static decimal Negate(decimal d) public static decimal Parse(string s)
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