Mohanapriya R Mohanapriya R
Updated date May 08, 2024
In this article, we will learn how to easily convert double values to integers in C#.

How to Converting Double to Integer in C#?

In this program, we have a double value 10.75 that we want to convert to an integer. The conversion is performed by casting the double value to an integer using (int)doubleValue. The (int) is a type cast operator indicating the conversion to the integer type.

using System;

class Program
    static void Main(string[] args)
        // Double value to be converted
        double doubleValue = 10.75;

        // Convert double to integer
        int intValue = (int)doubleValue;

        // Output the results
        Console.WriteLine("Double value: " + doubleValue);
        Console.WriteLine("Integer value: " + intValue);


Let's run the program and see the output:

Double value: 10.75
Integer value: 10

As expected, the double value 10.75 is converted to an integer, resulting in 10. Notice that the fractional part .75 is truncated during the conversion process.

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