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Methods for numeric variables

Suggest edit Updated on November 10, 2021

The numeric variables are decimal, integer, and double. The methods are identical for all three variables.

Methods

MethodDescriptionParametersResult type
AddAdds the input value to the variable and stores the result in the variable.Double
CompareSubtracts the input value from the variable and stores the result in the variable.Double

Int32: <0 = less than the value

0 = Equal to the value

>0 = more than the value

DecrementSubtracts 1 from the value of the variable.Int32Int32
DivideDivides the variable by the input value and stores the result in the variable.DecimalDecimal
EqualsCompares the value of the variable to the input value and returns True if the values are equal.BooleanBoolean: True if values are equivalent
GreaterThanCompares the value of the variable to the input value and returns True if variable is greater.DoubleBoolean: True if left is greater than right
GreaterThanOrEqualToCompares the value of the variable to the input value and returns True if the value is greater than or equal to the input value.BooleanBoolean: True if left is greater or equal to right
IncrementAdds 1 to the value of the variable.DoubleInt32: The incremented value
LessThanCompares the value of the variable to the input value and returns True if the variable is less.BooleanBoolean: True if left is less than right
LessThanOrEqualToCompares the value of the variable to the input value and returns True if the value is greater than or equal to the input value.BooleanBoolean: True if left is less or equal to right
MultiplyMultiplies the variable with the input value and stores the result in the variable.DoubleDecimal
NotEqualsCompares the variable to the input value and returns True if the variable is not equal.BooleanBoolean
ResetStateResets all variable values to their initial values.Boolean
SubtractSubtract the input value from the variable and stores result in the variable.DoubleDecimal
ToStringFormats the input string using the format specifier.StringString
TryParseCompletes the TryParse command and if True assigns the value to the variable and outputs the value.BooleanString: case-sensitive representation of the value
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