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C# program to demonstrate the use of Truncate() method of Math class

Here, we are going to demonstrate the use of Truncate() method of Math class in C#.Net.
Submitted by Nidhi, on April 15, 2021

Here, we will learn about the Truncate() method of Math class. This method is used to return an integral part of the given number, this method is overloaded two times then the given number can be a double or decimal number.

Syntax:

    double Math.Truncate(double num);
    decimal Math.Truncate(decimal num);

Parameter:

  • num : it can be a double or decimal number according to an overloaded method.

Return value:

This method returns an integral part of a given number, it can be double or decimal according to an overloaded method.

Program:

The source code to demonstrate the use of Truncate() method of Math class is given below. The given program is compiled and executed successfully.

using System;

class Sample
{
    //Entry point of Program
    static public void Main()
    {
        decimal decNum = 123.4567m;
        double dblNum = 123.4567;

        Console.WriteLine("Demonstration of Truncate method: ");
        Console.WriteLine(Math.Truncate(decNum));
        Console.WriteLine(Math.Truncate(dblNum));
    
    }
}

Output:

Demonstration of Truncate method:
123
123
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