Math.Log10(Double) Methode

Definition

Gibt den Logarithmus einer angegebenen Zahl zur Basis 10 zurück.Returns the base 10 logarithm of a specified number.

public:
 static double Log10(double d);
public static double Log10 (double d);
static member Log10 : double -> double
Public Shared Function Log10 (d As Double) As Double

Parameter

d
Double

Eine Zahl, deren Logarithmus gesucht wird.A number whose logarithm is to be found.

Gibt zurück

Einer der Werte aus der folgenden Tabelle.One of the values in the following table.

d-Parameterd parameter RückgabewertReturn value
PositivPositive Der Logarithmus von d zur Basis 10, d.h. log 10d.The base 10 log of d; that is, log 10d.
ZeroZero NegativeInfinity
NegativNegative NaN
Gleich NaNEqual to NaNNaN
Gleich PositiveInfinityEqual to PositiveInfinityPositiveInfinity

Beispiele

Im folgenden Beispiel wird die Log10 -Methode verwendet, um den Logarithmus zur Basis 10 für ausgewählte Werte zurückzugeben.The following example uses the Log10 method to return the base 10 logarithm for selected values.

using System;

public class Example
{
   public static void Main()
   {
      double[] numbers = {-1, 0, .105, .5, .798, 1, 4, 6.9, 10, 50, 
                          100, 500, 1000, Double.MaxValue};
      
      foreach (double number in numbers)
         Console.WriteLine("The base 10 log of {0} is {1}.", 
                           number, Math.Log10(number));
   }
}
// The example dislays the following output:
//       The base 10 log of -1 is NaN.
//       The base 10 log of 0 is -Infinity.
//       The base 10 log of 0.105 is -0.978810700930062.
//       The base 10 log of 0.5 is -0.301029995663981.
//       The base 10 log of 0.798 is -0.0979971086492706.
//       The base 10 log of 1 is 0.
//       The base 10 log of 4 is 0.602059991327962.
//       The base 10 log of 6.9 is 0.838849090737255.
//       The base 10 log of 10 is 1.
//       The base 10 log of 50 is 1.69897000433602.
//       The base 10 log of 100 is 2.
//       The base 10 log of 500 is 2.69897000433602.
//       The base 10 log of 1000 is 3.
//       The base 10 log of 1.79769313486232E+308 is 308.254715559917.
Module Example
   Public Sub Main()
      Dim numbers() As Double = {-1, 0, .105, .5, .798, 1, 4, 6.9, 10, 50, _
                                 100, 500, 1000, Double.MaxValue}
      
      For Each number As Double In numbers
         Console.WriteLine("The base 10 log of {0} is {1}.", _
                           number, Math.Log10(number))
      Next
   End Sub
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'       The base 10 log of -1 is NaN.
'       The base 10 log of 0 is -Infinity.
'       The base 10 log of 0.105 is -0.978810700930062.
'       The base 10 log of 0.5 is -0.301029995663981.
'       The base 10 log of 0.798 is -0.0979971086492706.
'       The base 10 log of 1 is 0.
'       The base 10 log of 4 is 0.602059991327962.
'       The base 10 log of 6.9 is 0.838849090737255.
'       The base 10 log of 10 is 1.
'       The base 10 log of 50 is 1.69897000433602.
'       The base 10 log of 100 is 2.
'       The base 10 log of 500 is 2.69897000433602.
'       The base 10 log of 1000 is 3.
'       The base 10 log of 1.79769313486232E+308 is 308.254715559917.

Hinweise

Der d Parameter wird als Basis 10-Nummer angegeben.Parameter d is specified as a base 10 number.

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