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double Type

Represents a double precision (64-bit) floating point number.

  • A floating-point number is one which has a decimal component (e.g. 1.01)
  • Members of this DataType generally manipulate the number's precision (i.e. how many decimal places)
  • They all round correctly with the exception of int

Members

Type Member Description
string Deci The number as a string with one place of precision, i.e. ###.#
string Centi The number as a string with two places of precision, i.e. ###.##
int Int Integer portion of the number truncated rather than rounded, e.g. 12.779 returns 12
string Milli The number as a string with three places of precision, i.e. ###.###
string Precision[#] The number as a string with # places of precision
string Prettify[precision] Pretty print the number with commas, with optional precision (defaults to two decimal points).
string To String Same as Centi