# C# Convert.ToInt32(double) Method - Convert double value to int

C# Convert.ToInt32(double) Method: Here, we are going to learn how to convert a double value to an integer value in C#?
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on February 11, 2019

## C# Convert.ToInt32(double) Method

Convert.ToInt32(double) Method is used to convert a specific double value (a double precision floating point number) to its equivalent integer (int 32 bytes signed number).

Syntax:

```    int Convert.ToInt32(double value);
```

It accepts a double value/variable as an argument and returns its equivalent signed integer.

Example:

```    Input:
double a = 1023.12;
Output:
1023

Input:
double a = 1023.56;
Output:
1024
```

Code:

```using System;
using System.Text;

namespace ConsoleApplication3
{
class Program
{
static void Main(string[] args)
{
double a = 1023.00;
double b = 1023.56;
double c = 1023.12;

Console.WriteLine("value of a: {0}, type of a: {1}", a, a.GetType());
Console.WriteLine("value of b: {0}, type of b: {1}", b, b.GetType());
Console.WriteLine("value of c: {0}, type of c: {1}", c, c.GetType());

//converting to Int32 & printing values & types
Console.WriteLine("value: {0}, type: {1}", Convert.ToInt32(a), Convert.ToInt32(a).GetType());
Console.WriteLine("value: {0}, type: {1}", Convert.ToInt32(b), Convert.ToInt32(b).GetType());
Console.WriteLine("value: {0}, type: {1}", Convert.ToInt32(c), Convert.ToInt32(c).GetType());

//hit ENTER to exit
}
}
}
```

Output

```value of a: 1023, type of a: System.Double
value of b: 1023.56, type of b: System.Double
value of c: 1023.12, type of c: System.Double
value: 1023, type: System.Int32
value: 1024, type: System.Int32
value: 1023, type: System.Int32
```