Name

Double

Synopsis

This represents a 64-bit double-precision floating number as a value type. The value of a double can range, approximately from -1.8x10308 to 1.8x10308 and can be set to one of the following fields: PositiveInfinity, NegativeInfinity, and NaN (not a number). In C#, this type is aliased as double.

public struct Double : IComparable, IFormattable, IConvertible {
// Public Static Fields
   public const field double Epsilon;                            // =4.94065645841247E-324
   public const field double MaxValue;                           // =1.79769313486232E+308
   public const field double MinValue;                           // =-1.79769313486232E+308
   public const field double NaN;                                // =NaN
   public const field double NegativeInfinity;                   // =-Infinity
   public const field double PositiveInfinity;                   // =Infinity
                  // Public Static Methods
   public static method bool IsInfinity(double d);  
   public static method bool IsNaN(double d);  
   public static method bool IsNegativeInfinity(double d);  
   public static method bool IsPositiveInfinity(double d);  
   public static method double Parse(string s);  
   public static method double Parse(string s, 
        IFormatProvider provider);  
   public static method double Parse(string s, 
        System.Globalization.NumberStyles style);  
   public static method double Parse(string s, 
        System.Globalization.NumberStyles style, 
        IFormatProvider provider);  
   public static method bool TryParse(string s, 
        System.Globalization.NumberStyles style, 
        IFormatProvider provider, out double result);  
// Public Instance Methods
   public method int CompareTo(object value);                   // implements ...

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