Decimal.Implicit Decimal.Implicit Decimal.Implicit Decimal.Implicit Operator

Definition

Overloads

Implicit(UInt32 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt32 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt32 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt32 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 32-bit unsigned integer to a Decimal.

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Implicit(UInt16 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt16 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt16 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt16 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 16-bit unsigned integer to a Decimal.

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Implicit(SByte to Decimal) Implicit(SByte to Decimal) Implicit(SByte to Decimal) Implicit(SByte to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of an 8-bit signed integer to a Decimal.

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Implicit(Int64 to Decimal) Implicit(Int64 to Decimal) Implicit(Int64 to Decimal) Implicit(Int64 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 64-bit signed integer to a Decimal.

Implicit(Byte to Decimal) Implicit(Byte to Decimal) Implicit(Byte to Decimal) Implicit(Byte to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of an 8-bit unsigned integer to a Decimal.

Implicit(Int16 to Decimal) Implicit(Int16 to Decimal) Implicit(Int16 to Decimal) Implicit(Int16 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 16-bit signed integer to a Decimal.

Implicit(Char to Decimal) Implicit(Char to Decimal) Implicit(Char to Decimal) Implicit(Char to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a Unicode character to a Decimal.

Implicit(UInt64 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt64 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt64 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt64 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 64-bit unsigned integer to a Decimal.

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Implicit(Int32 to Decimal) Implicit(Int32 to Decimal) Implicit(Int32 to Decimal) Implicit(Int32 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 32-bit signed integer to a Decimal.

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

Implicit(UInt32 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt32 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt32 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt32 to Decimal)

Important

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Defines an implicit conversion of a 32-bit unsigned integer to a Decimal.

This API is not CLS-compliant.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(System::UInt32 value);
[System.CLSCompliant(false)]
public static implicit operator decimal (uint value);
static member op_Implicit : uint32 -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As UInteger) As Decimal

Parameters

value
UInt32 UInt32 UInt32 UInt32

The 32-bit unsigned integer to convert.

Returns

The converted 32-bit unsigned integer.

Examples

The following example converts UInt32 values to Decimal numbers.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
     // Define an array of 32-bit unsigned integer values.
     array<UInt32>^ values = { UInt32::MinValue, UInt32::MaxValue, 
                               0xFFFFFF, 123456789, 4000000000 };
     // Convert each value to a Decimal.
     for each (UInt32 value in values) {
        Decimal decValue = value;
        Console::WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                          value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                          decValue.GetType()->Name); 
     }                            
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       0 (UInt32) --> 0 (Decimal)
//       4294967295 (UInt32) --> 4294967295 (Decimal)
//       16777215 (UInt32) --> 16777215 (Decimal)
//       123456789 (UInt32) --> 123456789 (Decimal)
//       4000000000 (UInt32) --> 4000000000 (Decimal)
using System;

class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of 32-bit unsigned integer values.
        uint[] values = { uint.MinValue, uint.MaxValue, 0xFFFFFF,
                          123456789, 4000000000 };
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           Decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       0 (UInt32) --> 0 (Decimal)
//       4294967295 (UInt32) --> 4294967295 (Decimal)
//       16777215 (UInt32) --> 16777215 (Decimal)
//       123456789 (UInt32) --> 123456789 (Decimal)
//       4000000000 (UInt32) --> 4000000000 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        ' Define an array of 32-bit unsigned integer values.
        Dim values() As UInteger = { UInteger.MinValue, UInteger.MaxValue, 
                                     &hFFFFFF, 123456789, 4000000000 }
        For Each value In values
           Dim decValue As Decimal = value
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name)           
        Next   
    End Sub 
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'       0 (UInt32) --> 0 (Decimal)
'       4294967295 (UInt32) --> 4294967295 (Decimal)
'       16777215 (UInt32) --> 16777215 (Decimal)
'       123456789 (UInt32) --> 123456789 (Decimal)
'       4000000000 (UInt32) --> 4000000000 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Implicit(UInt16 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt16 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt16 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt16 to Decimal)

Important

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Defines an implicit conversion of a 16-bit unsigned integer to a Decimal.

This API is not CLS-compliant.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(System::UInt16 value);
[System.CLSCompliant(false)]
public static implicit operator decimal (ushort value);
static member op_Implicit : uint16 -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As UShort) As Decimal

Parameters

value
UInt16 UInt16 UInt16 UInt16

The 16-bit unsigned integer to convert.

Returns

The converted 16-bit unsigned integer.

Examples

The following example converts UInt16 values to Decimal numbers.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
     // Define an array of 16-bit unsigned integer values.
     array<UInt16>^ values = { UInt16::MinValue, UInt16::MaxValue,     
                               0xFFF, 12345, 40000 };
     // Convert each value to a Decimal.
     for each (UInt16 value in values) {
        Decimal decValue = value;
        Console::WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                           value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                           decValue.GetType()->Name);         
     }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       0 (UInt16) --> 0 (Decimal)
//       65535 (UInt16) --> 65535 (Decimal)
//       4095 (UInt16) --> 4095 (Decimal)
//       12345 (UInt16) --> 12345 (Decimal)
//       40000 (UInt16) --> 40000 (Decimal)
using System;

class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of 16-bit unsigned integer values.
        ushort[] values = { ushort.MinValue, ushort.MaxValue,     
                            0xFFF, 12345, 40000 };
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           Decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       0 (UInt16) --> 0 (Decimal)
//       65535 (UInt16) --> 65535 (Decimal)
//       4095 (UInt16) --> 4095 (Decimal)
//       12345 (UInt16) --> 12345 (Decimal)
//       40000 (UInt16) --> 40000 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        ' Define an array of 16-bit unsigned integer values.
        Dim values() As Decimal = { UShort.MinValue, UShort.MaxValue,     
                                    &hFFF, 12345, 40000 }
        ' Convert each value to a Decimal.
        For Each value In values
           Dim decValue As Decimal = value
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name)         
        Next
    End Sub 
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'       0 (Decimal) --> 0 (Decimal)
'       65535 (Decimal) --> 65535 (Decimal)
'       4095 (Decimal) --> 4095 (Decimal)
'       12345 (Decimal) --> 12345 (Decimal)
'       40000 (Decimal) --> 40000 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Implicit(SByte to Decimal) Implicit(SByte to Decimal) Implicit(SByte to Decimal) Implicit(SByte to Decimal)

Important

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Defines an implicit conversion of an 8-bit signed integer to a Decimal.

This API is not CLS-compliant.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(System::SByte value);
[System.CLSCompliant(false)]
public static implicit operator decimal (sbyte value);
static member op_Implicit : sbyte -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As SByte) As Decimal

Parameters

value
SByte SByte SByte SByte

The 8-bit signed integer to convert.

Returns

The converted 8-bit signed integer.

Examples

The following example converts SByte values to Decimal numbers.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
     // Define an array of 8-bit signed integer values.
     array<SByte>^ values = { SByte::MinValue, SByte::MaxValue,     
                              0x3F, 123, -100 };
     // Convert each value to a Decimal.
     for each (SByte value in values) {
        Decimal decValue = value;
        Console::WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                          value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                          decValue.GetType()->Name);         
     }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       -128 (SByte) --> -128 (Decimal)
//       127 (SByte) --> 127 (Decimal)
//       63 (SByte) --> 63 (Decimal)
//       123 (SByte) --> 123 (Decimal)
//       -100 (SByte) --> -100 (Decimal)
using System;

class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of 8-bit signed integer values.
        sbyte[] values = { sbyte.MinValue, sbyte.MaxValue,     
                           0x3F, 123, -100 };
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           Decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    -128 (SByte) --> -128 (Decimal)
//    127 (SByte) --> 127 (Decimal)
//    63 (SByte) --> 63 (Decimal)
//    123 (SByte) --> 123 (Decimal)
//    -100 (SByte) --> -100 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        ' Define an array of 8-bit signed integer values.
        Dim values() As SByte = { SByte.MinValue, SByte.MaxValue,     
                                  &h3F, 123, -100 }
        ' Convert each value to a Decimal.
        For Each value In values
           Dim decValue As Decimal = value
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name)
        Next                         
    End Sub
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'       -128 (SByte) --> -128 (Decimal)
'       127 (SByte) --> 127 (Decimal)
'       63 (SByte) --> 63 (Decimal)
'       123 (SByte) --> 123 (Decimal)
'       -100 (SByte) --> -100 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Implicit(Int64 to Decimal) Implicit(Int64 to Decimal) Implicit(Int64 to Decimal) Implicit(Int64 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 64-bit signed integer to a Decimal.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(long value);
public static implicit operator decimal (long value);
static member op_Implicit : int64 -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As Long) As Decimal

Parameters

value
Int64 Int64 Int64 Int64

The 64-bit signed integer to convert.

Returns

The converted 64-bit signed integer.

Examples

The following example converts Int64 values to Decimal numbers.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
        // Define an array of 64-bit integer values.
        array<Int64>^ values = { Int64::MinValue, Int64::MaxValue, 
                                 0xFFFFFFFFFFFF, 123456789123456789,
                                 -1000000000000000 };
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        for each (Int64 value in values) {
           Decimal decValue = value;
           Console::WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                              value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                              decValue.GetType()->Name);         
        }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    -9223372036854775808 (Int64) --> -9223372036854775808 (Decimal)
//    9223372036854775807 (Int64) --> 9223372036854775807 (Decimal)
//    281474976710655 (Int64) --> 281474976710655 (Decimal)
//    123456789123456789 (Int64) --> 123456789123456789 (Decimal)
//    -1000000000000000 (Int64) --> -1000000000000000 (Decimal)
using System;

class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of 64-bit integer values.
        long[] values = { long.MinValue, long.MaxValue, 
                          0xFFFFFFFFFFFF, 123456789123456789,
                          -1000000000000000 };
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           Decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    -9223372036854775808 (Int64) --> -9223372036854775808 (Decimal)
//    9223372036854775807 (Int64) --> 9223372036854775807 (Decimal)
//    281474976710655 (Int64) --> 281474976710655 (Decimal)
//    123456789123456789 (Int64) --> 123456789123456789 (Decimal)
//    -1000000000000000 (Int64) --> -1000000000000000 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        ' Define an array of 64-bit integer values.
        Dim values() As Long = { Long.MinValue, Long.MaxValue, 
                                 &hFFFFFFFFFFFF, 123456789123456789,
                                 -1000000000000000 }
        ' Convert each value to a Decimal.
        For Each value In values
           Dim decValue As Decimal = value
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name)
        Next
    End Sub 
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'    -9223372036854775808 (Int64) --> -9223372036854775808 (Decimal)
'    9223372036854775807 (Int64) --> 9223372036854775807 (Decimal)
'    281474976710655 (Int64) --> 281474976710655 (Decimal)
'    123456789123456789 (Int64) --> 123456789123456789 (Decimal)
'    -1000000000000000 (Int64) --> -1000000000000000 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Implicit(Byte to Decimal) Implicit(Byte to Decimal) Implicit(Byte to Decimal) Implicit(Byte to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of an 8-bit unsigned integer to a Decimal.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(System::Byte value);
public static implicit operator decimal (byte value);
static member op_Implicit : byte -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As Byte) As Decimal

Parameters

value
Byte Byte Byte Byte

The 8-bit unsigned integer to convert.

Returns

The converted 8-bit unsigned integer.

Examples

The following example converts Byte values to Decimal numbers.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
    // Define an array of byte values.
    array<Byte>^ values = { Byte::MinValue, Byte::MaxValue, 
                            0x3F, 123, 200 };   
    // Convert each value to a Decimal.
    for each (Byte value in values) {
        Decimal decValue = value;
        Console::WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType()->Name);         
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       0 (Byte) --> 0 (Decimal)
//       255 (Byte) --> 255 (Decimal)
//       63 (Byte) --> 63 (Decimal)
//       123 (Byte) --> 123 (Decimal)
//       200 (Byte) --> 200 (Decimal)
using System;

class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of byte values.
        byte[] values = { byte.MinValue, byte.MaxValue, 
                          0x3F, 123, 200 };   
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       0 (Byte) --> 0 (Decimal)
//       255 (Byte) --> 255 (Decimal)
//       63 (Byte) --> 63 (Decimal)
//       123 (Byte) --> 123 (Decimal)
//       200 (Byte) --> 200 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main
        ' Define an array of byte values.
        Dim values() As Byte = { Byte.MinValue, Byte.MaxValue, 
                                 &h3F, 123, 200 }   
        ' Convert each value to a Decimal.
        For Each value In values
           Dim decValue As Decimal = value
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name)                   
        Next   
    End Sub 
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'       0 (Byte) --> 0 (Decimal)
'       255 (Byte) --> 255 (Decimal)
'       63 (Byte) --> 63 (Decimal)
'       123 (Byte) --> 123 (Decimal)
'       200 (Byte) --> 200 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Implicit(Int16 to Decimal) Implicit(Int16 to Decimal) Implicit(Int16 to Decimal) Implicit(Int16 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 16-bit signed integer to a Decimal.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(short value);
public static implicit operator decimal (short value);
static member op_Implicit : int16 -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As Short) As Decimal

Parameters

value
Int16 Int16 Int16 Int16

The 16-bit signed integer to convert.

Returns

The converted 16-bit signed integer.

Examples

The following example converts Int16 values to Decimal numbers. This conversion requires the op_Implicit operator in Visual Basic, but not in C# and C++.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
     // Define an array of 16-bit integer values.
     array<Int16>^ values = { Int16::MinValue, Int16::MaxValue, 
                              0xFFF, 12345, -10000 };   
     // Convert each value to a Decimal.
     for each (Int16 value in values) {
        Decimal decValue = value;
        Console::WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                          value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                          decValue.GetType()->Name);         
     }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    -32768 (Int16) --> -32768 (Decimal)
//    32767 (Int16) --> 32767 (Decimal)
//    4095 (Int16) --> 4095 (Decimal)
//    12345 (Int16) --> 12345 (Decimal)
//    -10000 (Int16) --> -10000 (Decimal)
using System;

class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of 16-bit integer values.
        short[] values = { short.MinValue, short.MaxValue, 
                           0xFFF, 12345, -10000 };   
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           Decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       -32768 (Int16) --> -32768 (Decimal)
//       32767 (Int16) --> 32767 (Decimal)
//       4095 (Int16) --> 4095 (Decimal)
//       12345 (Int16) --> 12345 (Decimal)
//       -10000 (Int16) --> -10000 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        ' Define an array of 16-bit integer values.
        Dim values() As Short = { Short.MinValue, Short.MaxValue, 
                                  &hFFF, 12345, -10000 }   
        ' Convert each value to a Decimal.
        For Each value In values
           Dim decValue As Decimal = value
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name)         
        Next
    End Sub 
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'    -32768 (Int16) --> -32768 (Decimal)
'    32767 (Int16) --> 32767 (Decimal)
'    4095 (Int16) --> 4095 (Decimal)
'    12345 (Int16) --> 12345 (Decimal)
'    -10000 (Int16) --> -10000 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Implicit(Char to Decimal) Implicit(Char to Decimal) Implicit(Char to Decimal) Implicit(Char to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a Unicode character to a Decimal.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(char value);
public static implicit operator decimal (char value);
static member op_Implicit : char -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As Char) As Decimal

Parameters

value
Char Char Char Char

The Unicode character to convert.

Returns

The converted Unicode character.

Examples

The following example converts Char values (Unicode characters) to Decimal numbers. This conversion requires the op_Implicit operator in Visual Basic, but not in C# and C++.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
     // Define an array of Char values.
     array<Char>^ values = { L'\0', L' ', L'*', L'A', L'a', 
                             L'{', L'Æ' };

     // Convert each Char value to a Decimal.
     for each (wchar_t value in values) {
        Decimal decValue = value;
        Console::WriteLine("'{0}' ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                           value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                           decValue.GetType()->Name); 
     }    
}
// This example displays the following output:
//       ' ' (Decimal) --> 0 (Decimal)
//       ' ' (Decimal) --> 32 (Decimal)
//       '*' (Decimal) --> 42 (Decimal)
//       'A' (Decimal) --> 65 (Decimal)
//       'a' (Decimal) --> 97 (Decimal)
//       '{' (Decimal) --> 123 (Decimal)
//       'A' (Decimal) --> 195 (Decimal)
using System;

class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of Char values.
        Char[] values = { '\0', ' ', '*', 'A', 'a', '{', 'Æ' };

        // Convert each Char value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("'{0}' ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       ' ' (Char) --> 0 (Decimal)
//       ' ' (Char) --> 32 (Decimal)
//       '*' (Char) --> 42 (Decimal)
//       'A' (Char) --> 65 (Decimal)
//       'a' (Char) --> 97 (Decimal)
//       '{' (Char) --> 123 (Decimal)
//       'Æ' (Char) --> 198 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        ' Define an array of Char values.
        Dim values() As Char = { ChrW(0), " "c, "*"c, "A"c, "a"c, 
                                 "{"c, "Æ"c }

        ' Convert each Char value to a Decimal.
        For Each value In values
           Dim decValue As Decimal = Decimal.op_Implicit(value)
           Console.WriteLine("'{0}' ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name)      
        Next
    End Sub 
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'       ' ' (Char) --> 0 (Decimal)
'       ' ' (Char) --> 32 (Decimal)
'       '*' (Char) --> 42 (Decimal)
'       'A' (Char) --> 65 (Decimal)
'       'a' (Char) --> 97 (Decimal)
'       '{' (Char) --> 123 (Decimal)
'       'Æ' (Char) --> 198 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Implicit(UInt64 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt64 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt64 to Decimal) Implicit(UInt64 to Decimal)

Important

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Defines an implicit conversion of a 64-bit unsigned integer to a Decimal.

This API is not CLS-compliant.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(System::UInt64 value);
[System.CLSCompliant(false)]
public static implicit operator decimal (ulong value);
static member op_Implicit : uint64 -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As ULong) As Decimal

Parameters

value
UInt64 UInt64 UInt64 UInt64

The 64-bit unsigned integer to convert.

Returns

The converted 64-bit unsigned integer.

Examples

The following example converts UInt64 values to Decimal numbers by using the UInt64 to Decimal conversion operator.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
     // Define an array of 64-bit unsigned integer values.
     array<UInt64>^ values = { UInt64::MinValue, UInt64::MaxValue, 
                               0xFFFFFFFFFFFF, 123456789123456789, 
                               1000000000000000 };
     // Convert each value to a Decimal.
     for each (UInt64 value in values) {
        Decimal decValue = value;
        Console::WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                           value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                           decValue.GetType()->Name);         
     }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    0 (UInt64) --> 0 (Decimal)
//    18446744073709551615 (UInt64) --> 18446744073709551615 (Decimal)
//    281474976710655 (UInt64) --> 281474976710655 (Decimal)
//    123456789123456789 (UInt64) --> 123456789123456789 (Decimal)
//    1000000000000000 (UInt64) --> 1000000000000000 (Decimal)
using System;

public class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of 64-bit unsigned integer values.
        ulong[] values = { ulong.MinValue, ulong.MaxValue, 
                           0xFFFFFFFFFFFF, 123456789123456789, 
                           1000000000000000 };
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           Decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    0 (UInt64) --> 0 (Decimal)
//    18446744073709551615 (UInt64) --> 18446744073709551615 (Decimal)
//    281474976710655 (UInt64) --> 281474976710655 (Decimal)
//    123456789123456789 (UInt64) --> 123456789123456789 (Decimal)
//    1000000000000000 (UInt64) --> 1000000000000000 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        Dim values() As ULong = { ULong.MinValue, ULong.MaxValue, 
                           &hFFFFFFFFFFFF, 123456789123456789, 
                           1000000000000000 }
        For Each value In values
           Dim decValue As Decimal = value
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name)
        Next                              
    End Sub 
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'    0 (UInt64) --> 0 (Decimal)
'    18446744073709551615 (UInt64) --> 18446744073709551615 (Decimal)
'    281474976710655 (UInt64) --> 281474976710655 (Decimal)
'    123456789123456789 (UInt64) --> 123456789123456789 (Decimal)
'    1000000000000000 (UInt64) --> 1000000000000000 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Implicit(Int32 to Decimal) Implicit(Int32 to Decimal) Implicit(Int32 to Decimal) Implicit(Int32 to Decimal)

Defines an implicit conversion of a 32-bit signed integer to a Decimal.

public:
 static operator System::Decimal(int value);
public static implicit operator decimal (int value);
static member op_Implicit : int -> decimal
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As Integer) As Decimal

Parameters

value
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The 32-bit signed integer to convert.

Returns

The converted 32-bit signed integer.

Examples

The following example converts Int32 values to Decimal numbers.

using namespace System;

void main()
{
    // Define an array of 32-bit integer values.
    array<Int32>^ values = { Int32::MinValue, Int32::MaxValue, 
                             0xFFFFFF, 123456789, -1000000000 };
    // Convert each value to a Decimal.
    for each (Int32 value in values) {
        Decimal decValue = value;
        Console::WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                          value.GetType()->Name, decValue,
                          decValue.GetType()->Name);
    }                               
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    -2147483648 (Int32) --> -2147483648 (Decimal)
//    2147483647 (Int32) --> 2147483647 (Decimal)
//    16777215 (Int32) --> 16777215 (Decimal)
//    123456789 (Int32) --> 123456789 (Decimal)
//    -1000000000 (Int32) --> -1000000000 (Decimal)
using System;

class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Define an array of 32-bit integer values.
        int[] values = { int.MinValue, int.MaxValue, 0xFFFFFF,
                         123456789, -1000000000 };
        // Convert each value to a Decimal.
        foreach (var value in values) {
           Decimal decValue = value;
           Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                             value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                             decValue.GetType().Name);         
        }
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    -2147483648 (Int32) --> -2147483648 (Decimal)
//    2147483647 (Int32) --> 2147483647 (Decimal)
//    16777215 (Int32) --> 16777215 (Decimal)
//    123456789 (Int32) --> 123456789 (Decimal)
//    -1000000000 (Int32) --> -1000000000 (Decimal)
Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
       ' Define an array of 32-bit integer values.
       Dim values() As Integer = { Integer.MinValue, Integer.MaxValue, 
                                   &hFFFFFF, 123456789, -1000000000 }
       ' Convert each value to a Decimal.
       For Each value In values
          Dim decValue As Decimal = value 
          Console.WriteLine("{0} ({1}) --> {2} ({3})", value,
                            value.GetType().Name, decValue,
                            decValue.GetType().Name)
       Next                     
    End Sub 
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'       -2147483648 (Int32) --> -2147483648 (Decimal)
'       2147483647 (Int32) --> 2147483647 (Decimal)
'       16777215 (Int32) --> 16777215 (Decimal)
'       123456789 (Int32) --> 123456789 (Decimal)
'       -1000000000 (Int32) --> -1000000000 (Decimal)

Remarks

The overloads of the Implicit method define the types from which the compiler can automatically convert a Decimal value without an explicit casting operator (in C#) or a call to a conversion function (in Visual Basic). They are widening conversions that do not involve data loss and do not throw an OverflowException exception.

See also

Applies to